Rob Woodall

Rob Woodall


Rob Woodall Talks Transportation in a #TheGr8Exchange Town Hall


Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall used the occasion if Gwinnett County’s Great Exchange to focus on transportation issues during a telephone town hall held Monday night, covering issues primarily relating to federal funding of highway and mass transit projects Read More

Telephone Town Hall Meeting


Events details:   Telephone Town Hall Meeting October 20 - 7:30 PM Dial-in: 877-229-8493 Passcode: 17849 Read More

Gwinnett set to have ‘Gr8 Exchange’ on transportation this week


If the early survey responses are an indication, Gwinnett County residents could be set to have the biggest conversation they’ve probably ever had on transportation this week, Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District Executive Director Chuck Warbington told the Daily Post on Friday. Read More

Telephone Town Hall Meeting


Event Details:   Telephone Town Hall Meeting September 10 - 7:00 PM Dial-in: 877-229-8493 Passcode: 17849 Read More

Gwinnett County Town Hall


Event Details:   August 25 -- 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Christ the King Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall 5575 Peachtree Parkway Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 Read More

Transportation Telephone Town Hall


Please join me for my upcoming Telephone Town Hall Meeting.  If you would like to be called automatically for the meeting, please follow the instructions on this page:      Event Details:   The Great Exchange on Transportation: Federal Update Telephone Town Hall Meeting August 24 - 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM  Dial-in: 877-229-8493 Passcode: 17849     Read More

Rob Woodall Talks About Congressional Success Stories


Seventh District Rep. Rob Woodall used an appearance at the Greater Eastside Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon today to talk about some of the bipartisan success in passing substantive bills in Congress Read More

Rep. Woodall Honors Constituent Judy Waters on House Floor


VA Accountability, Transportation Bills Clear U.S. House


(Washington, DC) – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives continued its work to ensure quality care for Armed Forces veterans by passing H.R. 1994, the “VA Accountability Act,” granting the Secretary of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) increased flexibility in removing poorly performing VA employees.  Last year Congress passed – and the President signed into law – the “Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act (VACAA),” which enacted a number of changes to programs and policies of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to increase access and reduce wait times at VA facilities. The passage of today’s bill builds upon those efforts.

“Our veterans have kept their promises to this country, and we must keep the promises that we’ve made to them,” said Rep. Woodall. “There are so many tremendous folks within the VA who serve our veterans with commitment and compassion, but those who do not shouldn’t be protected by a massive federal bureaucracy – and that’s what this legislation eliminates.  It doesn’t remove common sense protections for hardworking men and women, but rather empowers VA officials with the discretionary authority they need to deliver the quality of service our veterans deserve.”

In addition to the VA accountability measure, the House approved legislation extending surface transportation funding for an additional three months as work on a long-term bill continues.  Completion of the multi-year agreement is expected this fall.

“There is no doubt that we’re closing in on the long-term solution that will provide the certainty and predictability Georgians need,” Woodall continued. “Doing the big things takes time, and for far too long Washington didn’t tackle the tough questions about how we were going to pay for our infrastructure.  I’m proud of the work we’re doing now to go about it the right way, and I’m confident we will get there soon.”   

Congressman Woodall represents the Seventh Congressional District of Georgia, which includes the majority of Forsyth and Gwinnett counties, and currently serves as Chairman of the Rules Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process, as well as serving on the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, and Budget Committee. 


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House Votes to Rein in Regulators


(Washington, DC) – Today, U.S. Representative Rob Woodall (GA 07) issued the following statement in response to House passage of H.R 427, the “Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act.”  The legislation amends the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to require congressional approval of major agency regulations before they may go into effect.

“A responsible regulatory environment has its benefit, but with unelected bureaucrats imposing more than 3,500 new regulations on American businesses in 2014 and over 2,300 in 2015 so far, it is the American worker and our economy that pays the price – an estimated $1.9 trillion just last year, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute,” said Rep. Woodall. “The burden of excessive regulation is carried by the American people, and they should certainly have a say in the process.  By requiring the support of the people’s elected representatives in Congress, this legislation ensures that their voice is heard – and that irresponsible regulations don’t wreak havoc on our job-creators back home.” 

“Providing an effective government that works for the American people isn’t a partisan issue, and in fact, it was President Obama who in a January 18, 2011, Wall Street Journal op-ed acknowledged that over-regulation limits innovation and negatively affects economic growth.  It is my hope he will now use this opportunity to join the American people in taking a commonsense step towards accountability.”

Congressman Woodall represents the Seventh Congressional District of Georgia, which includes the majority of Forsyth and Gwinnett counties, and currently serves as Chairman of the Rules Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process, as well as serving on the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, and Budget Committee. 


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Rep. Woodall Honors Constituent Judy Waters on House Floor

2015-07-28 20:00:11

Rep. Woodall Speaks in Favor of H.Res. 231 on House Floor

2015-04-30 21:16:37

Rep. Woodall Discusses Impact of EPA Regulations on House Floor

2015-04-16 20:27:54

Congressman Woodall Discusses the FairTax

2015-03-31 15:54:00

Rep. Woodall Discusses Transportation Funding on House Floor

2015-03-30 13:32:04

Rep. Woodall Discusses House Budget Resolution on House Floor

2015-03-26 20:47:05

Rep. Woodall Speaks on Passenger Rail Legislation on House Floor

2015-03-04 21:19:03

Rep. Woodall Discusses Federal Budget on House Floor

2015-02-13 21:26:23

Rep. Woodall Discusses Benefits of Keystone Pipeline on House Floor

2015-02-13 17:52:18

Rep. Woodall Questions DOT Secretary on Federal Regulations Impacting Small Business Owners

2015-02-11 22:20:01

Rep. Woodall Questions EPA Administrator on Waters of the US Rule

2015-02-04 23:19:45

Introducing the FairTax in the 114th Congress

2015-01-06 23:31:46

Rep. Woodall Discusses Executive Overreach on House Floor

2014-12-08 14:42:27

Rep. Woodall Speaks About Corporate Inversions on House Floor

2014-09-19 17:34:03

Rep. Woodall Discusses America's Energy Policy on House Floor

2014-09-19 15:11:01

Rep. Woodall Discusses Senate Inaction on House Floor

2014-08-01 19:23:19

Rep. Woodall Discusses Benefits of Savannah Harbor Expansion Project

2014-07-25 19:35:02

Rep. Woodall Speaks on the Rule for H.R. 3393 on House Floor

2014-07-25 13:27:49

Rep. Woodall Discusses Separation of Powers on House Floor

2014-07-18 20:50:05

Rep. Woodall Discusses Separation of Powers

2014-07-11 19:05:12

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Rob Woodall serves the 7th district of GA in the U.S. House of Representatives and serves on the House Committee on Rules, the House Budget Committee, and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Rob also serves as Chairman of the Republican Study Committee’s Budget and Spending Task Force.

Rob was born and raised in Georgia, graduated from Marist School in 1988, attended Furman University for his undergraduate degree and received his law degree from the University of Georgia

Rob first came to public service as a staffer for then Congressman John Linder serving as his Chief of Staff and was elected to Congress in 2010.

Rob’s political philosophy is guided by the principles of freedom, and his proudest accomplishment is helping Seventh District families one at a time through casework and creating a Congressional office that functions for the people.

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