Rep. Rob Woodall said holiday season is a time to remember core values shared as a community.
The committee is tasked with oversight of the nation’s transportation and water infrastructure.
Gwinnett legislators Chuck Efstration and Dewey McClain recently attended new member orientation.
Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall was the guest speaker at the annual Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce legislative luncheon.
Planned rate increase will not go into effect, “modest” increase expected in 2017.
District 4 Commissioner John Heard and District 3 Commissioner Tommy Hunter cast the dissenting votes in the 3-2 decision to approve the contract.
Gwinnett’s other congressmen — Rep. Paul Broun and Rep. Hank Johnson — voted against the $1.1 trillion spending bill.
Congressman-elect said constituents want to see the Affordable Care Act repealed and replaced.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners held a public hearing on the 2015 proposed budget on Dec. 8.
Rep. Hank Johnson took to the House floor in wake of a grand jury’s acquittal of the New York City police officer accused of choking Eric Garner to death.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners has called a meeting for Monday, Dec. 8.
Rep. Hank Johnson one of three signers of letter to Attorney General Eric Holder.
Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash told Gwinnett legislators on Monday that the county’s using funding reserves, and subsidies would be required in the future because of changes in technology and behavior. In an annual pre-General Assembly meeting with local lawmakers at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse, Nash said Gwinnett, Cobb and Columbia counties have been an exception to other areas of the state who are ahead in dealing with this issue.
Wilbanks made his annual remarks in a pre-General Assembly meeting with the lawmakers at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. In a presentation, he said he was in favor of Common Core standards in Georgia.
Reforming tax code remains priority for 7th Congressional District representative.
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