Robert Aderholt

Robert Aderholt

ALABAMA's 4th DISTRICT

What the Coronavirus Stimulus Package Means For You

2020/03/27

Coronavirus Update March 27, 2020

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It has been another week dominated by the Coronavirus.  And we have started to feel it more and more right here in Alabama.  On Wednesday, we had the state’s first death related to the virus.  As more testing is done, the numbers of those infected will likely continue to go up.  But, as we continue to practice social distancing and frequent handwashing, I’m hopeful in the coming weeks we will start to see those numbers peak and begin to come down.

 

President Trump has negotiated, and Congress has now approved, a deal that will provide immediate relief to families, small businesses, local communities, health care services, broadband networks, the agriculture industry, veterans, and so many others. This funding is crucial for our district, the entire State of Alabama, and the rest of the country. Congress and agencies will soon provide greater details about specifics on how many of these proposals will be implemented, but I want to highlight some of the provisions in the Phase 3 stimulus that will have an immediate and direct impact on our community:

Families

  • Families and individuals are going to receive immediate financial assistance, broken down by income:  
    • The full credit amount ($1,200 individuals, $2,400 couples, $500 for children) is available for individuals with income at or below $75,000 ($112,500 for heads of household), and couples with income at or below $150,000. And if you have children, you will receive an additional $500 per child
  • $3.5 billion for childcare services
  • $900 million for Low Income Home and Energy Assistance Program

Small Businesses

  • $1.5 billion for Economic Adjustment Assistance, which will provide small businesses with capital
  • $562 million for the Small Business Administration to administer economic injury disaster loans
  • $50 million to help small and medium-sized manufacturers recover
  • 501©3 non-profits are eligible for 7(a) loans
  • Small businesses can hire back previously laid-off employees and still have those loans forgiven
  • Employee Retention Credit will provide a refundable payroll tax credit equal to 50% of up to $10,000 in wages per employee paid by employers
  • Employers with 100 or fewer employees – all wages qualify for the credit no matter what

Community

  • Churches that are registered as 501(c)3 are eligible to receive funds
  • $36.1 billion for the Department of Transportation to keep airports, transit systems, and passenger rail safe and operational.  
  • $31 billion for K-12 schools, colleges, and universities
  • $15.8 billion for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • $8.8 billion for Child Nutrition
  • $5 billion for Community Development Block Grants
  • $4 billion for Homelessness Grants
  • $1.5 billion for Economic Assistance Development Grants
  • $100 million for Emergency Management Program Grants

Hospitals/Healthcare services/Responders

  • $100 billion for rural hospitals and other health care providers
  • $1.5 billion for CDC Funding for State Public Health Departments
  • $1.1 billion for grants to emergency managers, firefighters, and state and local law enforcement
  • $425 million for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  • $200 million for Emergency Food and Shelter Grants

Broadband

As you may recall, I sent a letter to President Trump last week asking that funds be included in this stimulus to address rural broadband.  I’m excited and appreciative that money will allocated in every category I requested.

  • $340 million for rural broadband:
    • $200 million for FCC’s Connected Care Pilot Program
    • $100 million to provide financing for rural broadband through the ReConnect program
    • $25 million for the Distance Learning and Telemedicine programs
    • $15 million for Rural Telehealth Programs LHHS & HRSA

Agriculture

  • $14 billion replenishment of the Commodity Credit Corporation
  • $9.5 billion for farmers and ranchers affected by COVID-19

Veterans

  • $19.6 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs, to be used for the following:
    • $14.4 to expand in-patient care and purchase test kits
    • $2.15 billion to expand telehealth
    • $2.1 billion for veterans receiving care for Coronavirus from community providers
    • $606 million for the VA to expand bed space and prepare temporary facilities
    • $150 million for state veteran homes to help them serve more patients
    • $2.8 million to support Armed Forces Retirement Homes

 

It’s important that Congress continues to provide relief where it’s needed, and I will continue to fight for our district.  It’s my hope that we can begin to think about sending people back to work in the coming weeks, rather than months from now. Before that happens, we must ensure there are plenty of quick, easily accessible test and lots of protective gear available. I don’t have an exact timeline in mind, but we need to start planning for the time when this virus is, for the most part, behind us. 

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Congressman Aderholt Comments on CARES ACT

2020/03/27

Our country is going through the worst public health crisis since the flu pandemic of 1918. The Coronavirus impact is unprecedented, and as we navigate these unchartered waters it’s critical that serious, thoughtful solutions are put forward. That is why I voted in favor of the Phase 3 stimulus package today, known as the CARES Act. Although this $2 trillion bill is not perfect, I believe it is necessary as it provides vital funding for Alabama and the entire nation. President Trump and Leader McCarthy negotiated a deal that leaves no one behind, providing financial relief for families, small businesses, veterans, and rural communities that desperately need broadband infrastructure. I will continue to work with my colleagues on possible corrections to this legislation and potentially another bill this Spring if more relief is needed.

 

The Coronavirus has caused worst public health crisis in our country since the flu pandemic of 1918. The unprecedented impact across the nation calls for serious, thoughtful solutions as we continue to fight against the virus. That is why I voted in favor of the Phase 3 stimulus earlier today, known as the CARES Act. It provides immediate financial relief to families, small businesses, hospitals, veterans, and rural communities across Alabama and the rest of the nation. Although this $2 trillion bill is not perfect, I believe it is a necessary and critical step in the right direction. I will continue to work with my colleagues on possible corrections to this legislation and potentially another bill this Spring if more relief is needed.

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Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions

2020/03/18

The CDC has a website where you can get answers to frequently asked questions.   Below is the link:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html

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Details on the Families First Coronavirus Bill

2020/03/17

Below are more details about the Families First Coronavirus Bill the House and Senate have now both passed.

H.R. 6201, Families First Coronavirus Response Act This remedy answers the growing need for paid family and medical leave by providing the maximum amount of flexibility to the Secretary of the Treasury and the Secretary of Labor to be responsive to the needs of those small businesses that are suffering. In order to do so, this approach makes the mandate optional for businesses 50 and under and makes no mandate or credit for businesses larger than 500, because the vast majority of businesses this size already offer paid sick leave. The provision ensures that no business has a liability larger than the credit it receives and also provides the Secretary with the ability to advance resources to small businesses.

Tax Provisions [Division G – Tax Credits for Paid Sick and Paid Family and Medical Leave]

• This division would provide 100 percent refundable tax credits to employers with regard to two categories of paid sick and family leave (described below) that employers must grant to employees under the bill to address employment interruptions related to COVID-19.

• The tax credits would be administered by the IRS and be creditable against employer-side payroll tax liability, with any excess refunded to the employer.

• Refundable tax credits similar in scope and amount would be available to selfemployed workers facing the same employment interruptions.

• Payments to employees would be taxable income to the employees and subject to employee-side payroll taxes, but not subject to the employer portion of payroll taxes.

• The provision sunsets on December 31, 2020.

• The bill would provide that Treasury generally make payments to possessions for the costs of these credits. 2 Payroll Credit for “Qualified Sick Leave Wages” [Division E – Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act]

• Under the bill, certain employers would be required to provide 80 hours (or 2 weeks) of fully paid leave to full-time employees (pro-rata rules would apply to part-time employees) on top of any other existing paid leave program of the employer to cover employees not working for the following uses: (1) the employee is subject to a Federal, State, or local quarantine or isolation order related to coronavirus; (2) the employee has been advised by health care provider to self-quarantine due to coronavirus; (3) the employee is experiencing symptoms of coronavirus; (4) the employee is caring for an individual who is subject to an order described in (1) or has been advised as described in (2); (5) the employee is care for their child because the school is closed or child care provider is unavailable due to coronavirus; or (6) the employee is experiencing a similar condition specified by Secretary of HHS.

• Employers would be required to pay employees their full wages, not to exceed $511 per day and $5,110 in the aggregate, for a use described in (1), (2), or (3) above.

• Employers would be required to pay employees two-thirds of their wages, not to exceed $200 per day and $2,000 in the aggregate, for a use described in (4), (5), or (6) above. • Employers would receive a 100 percent refundable payroll tax credit on the wages required to be paid.

• The requirement to provide the paid leave would apply to all public sector employers and those private sector employers with less than 500 employees. The tax credit eligibility would only apply to those private sector employers with less than 500 employees. 3

• Secretary of Labor has authority to issue regulations to exempt small businesses with fewer than 50 employees if the above requirements would jeopardize the going concern of the business. Payroll Credit for “Qualified Family Leave Wages” [Division C – Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act]

• Employers would also generally be required to provide ten weeks of paid leave. Employers would be required to pay employees two-thirds of their wages, not to exceed $200 per day and $10,000 in the aggregate.

• This leave would cover employees who are not working because the employee is caring for their child because the school is closed or child care provider is unavailable due to a public health emergency. • The requirement to provide the paid leave would apply to all employers with less than 500 employees. Federal, state, and local governments are not eligible for the Credit.

• Employers would receive a 100 percent refundable payroll tax credit for the wages required to be paid.

• Secretary of Labor has authority to issue regulations to: (1) exclude certain health care providers and emergency responders from the definition of eligible employee; and (2) exempt small businesses with fewer than 50 employees if the above requirements would jeopardize the going concern of the business. Unemployment Provisions [Division D – Emergency Unemployment Insurance Stabilization and Access Act of 2020] Section 4101. Short Title. The short title for the division is the Emergency Unemployment Insurance Stabilization and Access Act of 2020. Section 4102. Emergency Transfers for Unemployment Compensation Administration. This section provides $1 billion in 2020 for emergency administration grants to states for activities related to processing and paying unemployment insurance (UI) benefits, under certain conditions. $500 million would be used to provide immediate additional funding to all states for staffing, technology, systems, and other administrative costs, so long as they 4 met basic requirements about ensuring access to earned benefits for eligible workers.

Those requirements are:

• Require employers to provide notification of potential UI eligibility to laidoff workers.

• Ensure that workers have at least two ways (for example, online and phone) to apply for benefits.

• Notify applicants when an application is received and being processed and if the application cannot be processed, provide information to the applicant about how to ensure successful processing. States would be required to report on the share of eligible individuals who received UI benefits and the state’s efforts to ensure access within one year of receiving the funding. The funding would be distributed in the same proportions as regular UI administrative funding provided through annual appropriations. $500 million would be reserved for emergency grants to states which experienced at least a 10 percent increase in unemployment. Those states would be eligible to receive an additional grant, in the same amount as the initial grant, to assist with costs related to the unemployment spike, and would also be required to take steps to temporarily ease eligibility requirements that might be limiting access to UI during the COVID-19 outbreak, like work search requirements, required waiting periods, and requirements to increase employer UI taxes if they have high layoff rates. Depending on the state, those actions might require changes in state law, or might just require changes in state policy. This section also provides temporary federal flexibility regarding those UI restrictions which are also in federal law. Section 4103. Temporary Assistance for States with Advances. This section provides states with access to interest-free loans to help pay regular UI benefits through December 31, 2020, if needed. Section 4104.

Technical Assistance and Guidance for Short-Time Compensation Programs. This section requires the Secretary of Labor to provide technical assistance to states that want to set up work-sharing programs, in which employers reduce hours instead of laying employees off, and then employees receive partial unemployment benefits to offset the wage loss. Section 4105. Full Federal Funding of Extended Unemployment Compensation for a Limited Period. For states that experience an increase of 10 percent or more in their unemployment rate (over the previous year) and comply with all the beneficiary access provisions in section 102, this section provides 100 percent federal funding for Extended Benefits, which normally require 50 percent 5 of funding to come from states. Extended Benefits are triggered when unemployment is high in a state and provide up to an additional 26 weeks after regular UI benefits (usually 26 weeks) are exhausted. Health Provisions [Division F— Health Provisions] Section 6001. No cost sharing or medical management techniques for testing and services related to testing for private health plans. Section 6002. No cost sharing for services related to testing for Medicare plans.

Section 6003: No cost sharing or medical management techniques for testing and services related to testing for Medicare Advantage plans. Section 6004. No cost sharing for services related to testing for Medicaid and CHIP plans, with a state option to provide coverage for uninsured through Medicaid. Section 6005. Codifies HHS administrative actions related to temporary liability protections for approved personal respiratory devices under the PREP Act. Section 6006. No cost sharing testing and services related to testing for TRICARE, Veterans’ health coverage or for federal civilian workers. Section 6007. No cost sharing testing and services related to testing for Indians receiving purchased and/or referred care. Section 6008. Provides states with a 6.2% Medicaid FMAP increase for all medical services for the duration of the public health emergency. Section 6009. Provides territories with a 6.2% Medicaid FMAP increase for all medical services for the next two fiscal years by adjusting their caps. Section 6010. Technical improvement to Medicare telehealth authority. Of note, Title IV of Division A (Second Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations, 2020) appropriates $1 billion into the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for the National Disaster Medical System to pay provider claims for testing and services related to testing for uninsured individuals.

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Coronavirus Resources for the 4th Congressional District

2020/03/12

As I have said from the beginning of the current Coronavirus outbreak, it's best to be prepared, rather than to panic.   Panic solves nothing.   In that spirit, below you will find some links we believe will be helpful in not only helping you stay prepared, but informed on the latest information both nationally and in Alabama.

General Covid-19 Information

Alabama Department of Health Hotline

1-888-264-2256

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Covid-19 Information

Alabama Department of Public Health Covid-19 Information

United States Department of State Travel Advisories Concerning Covid-19

Department of Veterans Affairs Covid-19 Information

Health Departments in the 4th Congressional District

IMPORTANT NOTE , if you suspect you have symptoms consistent with Coronavirus, you should FIRST call your primary care doctor

Blount County Health Department

Cherokee County Health Department

Colbert County Health Department

Cullman County Health Department

DeKalb County Health Department

Etowah County Health Department

Fayette County Health Department

Franklin County Health Department

Jackson County Health Department

Lamar County Health Department

Lawrence County Health Department

Marion County Health Department

Marshall County Health Department

Tuscaloosa County Health Department

Walker County Health Department

Winston County Health Department

 

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Capitol Tours Suspended Until April 1st

2020/03/12

Since first being elected to Congress, one of the greatest joys for me has been to personally give tours of the Capitol Building to the hundreds of people who visit our office each year. I make it a point, whenever possible, to take people into the House Chamber, so they can see their government at work.  If constituents have traveled all the way to Washington, then they deserve to get a tour from their member of Congress.

 

For this reason, I’m extremely saddened and disappointed to pass along the information that all Capitol Tours have been suspended until April 1st.  I know that so many people have made plans to travel to Washington during their school spring breaks.  We are making every effort to contact people directly who had scheduled tours.

 

I have every confidence that tours will resume in the very near future.  My staff and I will continue to give timely updates, not only on the status of tour requests for the coming weeks and months, but also on the overall efforts by the Federal government to combat the spread of the Coronavirus in our country. 

 

Again, I am sorry for the cancelation of tours, because I know it will cause so much disappointment, especially with young people who have been looking forward to coming to Washington.   But I also know we will get through this, and the “People’s House” will once again be open to the people.

 

Sincerely,

Robert B. Aderholt

Member of Congress

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Coronavirus: Be Prepared, Not Panicked

2020/03/02

Like most places today, the Coronavirus is dominating a lot of the talk on Capitol Hill.  As it has become clear that China's efforts to contain the virus have failed, and there have now been deaths in the U.S., concern has grown about a possible outbreak here at home.  We've seen that concern directly with what has happened on Wall Street with the markets.

 

With all this news, and the almost non-stop coverage in the media, it would be easy to become panicked.  But instead of panic, it's better to be prepared and informed.

 

Vice President Pence to Head Up Coronavirus Efforts

 

Last week, President Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to head up the federal government's efforts to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus here in the United States. I've known the Vice President for more than a decade now and consider him a close friend. So, I can say without hesitation, I cannot think of a better person to head up this task force. VP Pence at the helm gives me a lot of comfort and it should you as well.

 

President Trump and the Vice President will bring the full resources of the federal government to bear in fighting and containing this potential risk.

 

Alabama State Health Officer in Washington​​​​​​​

On a more local level, I met with Alabama's State Health Officer, Dr. Scott Harris. He gave me and my staff an update on efforts within Alabama to prepare for the virus. Currently, if someone were to be suspected of having the virus, a sample would have to be sent to Atlanta for testing. But within the next few weeks, the state health lab in Montgomery will be able to do this testing, speeding up results.

 

Harris told me that hospitals are preparing, just in case. They have also provided guidance to local doctors' offices and clinics. 

 

Useful Tips

According to the CDC, here are some practical tips to follow in order to reduce risk of infection:

 

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipes.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Vaccinations - Stay up to date on vaccinations, including the influenza vaccine.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Maintain at least six feet of distance from anyone exhibiting obvious symptoms.
  • Stay home when you are sick.

It's best to be prepared rather than to get panicked or worked up over things you read on social media. Things like Facebook and Twitter can certainly be useful, but in situations like this, they seem to spread more misinformation than anything helpful.  Also, it helps to put things in perspective. Each year, up to 61,000 people die in the U.S. alone from the seasonal flu. The current worldwide death toll from the Coronavirus is around 3,000.

 

The bottom-line:  The coronavirus is something to take seriously, but no more so than the seasonal flu.  So, take the same precautions you would with the flu. 

 

Be prepared.  And leave the panic behind.

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Coronavirus: Be Prepared, Not Panicked

2020/03/02

Like most places today, the Coronavirus is dominating a lot of the talk on Capitol Hill.  As it has become clear that China's efforts to contain the virus have failed, and there have now been deaths in the U.S., concern has grown about a possible outbreak here at home.  We've seen that concern directly with what has happened on Wall Street with the markets.

 

With all this news, and the almost non-stop coverage in the media, it would be easy to become panicked.  But instead of panic, it's better to be prepared and informed.

 

Vice President Pence to Head Up Coronavirus Efforts

 

Last week, President Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to head up the federal government's efforts to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus here in the United States. I've known the Vice President for more than a decade now and consider him a close friend. So, I can say without hesitation, I cannot think of a better person to head up this task force. VP Pence at the helm gives me a lot of comfort and it should you as well.

 

President Trump and the Vice President will bring the full resources of the federal government to bear in fighting and containing this potential risk.

 

Alabama State Health Officer in Washington​​​​​​​

On a more local level, I met with Alabama's State Health Officer, Dr. Scott Harris. He gave me and my staff an update on efforts within Alabama to prepare for the virus. Currently, if someone were to be suspected of having the virus, a sample would have to be sent to Atlanta for testing. But within the next few weeks, the state health lab in Montgomery will be able to do this testing, speeding up results.

 

Harris told me that hospitals are preparing, just in case. They have also provided guidance to local doctors' offices and clinics. 

 

Useful Tips

 

According to the CDC, here are some practical tips to follow in order to reduce risk of infection:

 

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipes.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Vaccinations - Stay up to date on vaccinations, including the influenza vaccine.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Maintain at least six feet of distance from anyone exhibiting obvious symptoms.
  • Stay home when you are sick.

It's best to be prepared rather than to get panicked or worked up over things you read on social media. Things like Facebook and Twitter can certainly be useful, but in situations like this, they seem to spread more misinformation than anything helpful.  Also, it helps to put things in perspective. Each year, up to 61,000 people die in the U.S. alone from the seasonal flu. The current worldwide death toll from the Coronavirus is around 3,000.

 

The bottom-line:  The coronavirus is something to take seriously, but no more so than the seasonal flu.  So, take the same precautions you would with the flu. 

 

Be prepared.  And leave the panic behind.

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Congressman Aderholt Calls for Entries in 2020 Art Competition

2020/02/10

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) released a statement calling for entries in the 2020 4th District Art Competition.

 

“I am pleased once again to be a sponsor of the United States Congressional Art Competition for high school students within the 4th District.  This is an annual nationwide event that recognizes and encourages the artistic talent we have in our district.  Students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to compete.

 

“The 2020 Congressional Art Competition award ceremony and reception returns this year to the Guntersville Museum, located at 1215 Rayburn Avenue. (The 2017 competition was also held at the museum.)  The date for the ceremony is Thursday, April 16th at 10:30 a.m.   All students participating in the competition, along with their parents and art teachers, are invited to attend the reception where refreshments will be served. 

 

“The ‘Best of Show’ artwork will represent Alabama’s 4th Congressional District by being displayed in the U.S. Capitol Complex for an entire year.  In addition to having his or her artwork displayed in Washington, the winner will be awarded two round-trip airline tickets and $500 for expenses to attend the National Exhibition Reception in Washington, D.C. this summer.

 

“High School students wishing to compete should check with their school’s art teacher or administrators.  High Schools within the 4th District will be receiving letters with more details.  ***Students who are home-schooled are also eligible to participate. *** For more information, please contact Pam Abernathy in our Gadsden District Office at 256-546-0201 or by email at pam.abernathy@mail.house.gov.  We look forward to seeing the creations of students in the 4th District on display soon in Guntersville.”

 

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Partisan Impeachment Over, Trump Acquitted, Time to Move On

2020/02/06

Now that the President has been rightfully acquitted, it’s time to move on.  With this behind us, this is a new beginning for the President and our nation to focus on growing our economy, strengthening our military and restoring our values.  

America can lead this century just like we led the last century.  I call on all Americans to join with us to work towards an even better and brighter future.

 

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aderholt.house.gov

Committee Assignments

Appropriations

On January 3, 2019,  Congressman Robert B. Aderholt took the oath of office to serve his twelfth term representing Alabama’s Fourth Congressional District.

Aderholt is a member of the powerful House Committee on Appropriations, which has jurisdiction over funding the operation of the federal government. He serves as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice and Science and supports greater transparency, accountability and oversight to the appropriations process. Aderholt also serves as a member of the Agriculture and Rural Development Subcommittee and the Defense Subcommittee. An advocate of fiscal responsibility, truth in budgeting and a federal government that operates within its means, Aderholt tries to bring common-sense solutions to the Appropriations Committee.

Aderholt also serves as a commission member of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (commonly known as the Helsinki Commission).  Founded in 1976, the Helsinki Commission is comprised of 56 countries around the world that together monitors human rights in Europe and Central Asia.

A staunch supporter of his community, district and the state of Alabama, Aderholt believes the federal government serves a critical role in assisting state and local projects regarding economic development. He continues to support pro-growth initiatives that create jobs, strong immigration standards, and robust national security.

Prior to his election to Congress, Aderholt served as Assistant Legal Advisor to Governor Fob James as well as Municipal Judge for the city of Haleyville, Alabama. Educated through Alabama’s public school system, Aderholt went on to receive his B.A. from Birmingham Southern College and his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.

Born on July 22, 1965, and raised in Alabama, Aderholt and his wife, Caroline, have their residence in Haleyville along with their daughter, Mary Elliott, and their son, Robert Hayes. When Congress is in session, his family joins him in Washington, D.C. area.


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