Rep. Aderholt questions FDA Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn, MD regarding FDA funds to diagnose and treat the Coronavirus.
Congressman Aderholt speaks to the economic leaders of Marion, Fayette and Lamar counties
Congressman Aderholt hears from constituents in Cherokee, Alabama
Congressman Aderholt presents the Blue Ribbon Award to Guin Elementary School
Congressman Aderholt is interviewed live on CBS 42 in Birmingham
Congressman Aderholt is joined by WBSA's Beecher Hyde and Alabama Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth during the Boaz Harvest Festival
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Coronavirus Update March 27, 2020
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.
The CDC has a website where you can get answers to frequently asked questions. Below is the link:
Below are more details about the Families First Coronavirus Bill the House and Senate have now both passed.
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.
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The House Appropriations Committee adopted a measure that would ensure federal funding for faith-based adoption agencies that object to placing children with same-sex couples.
Alabama Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-AL4) has released a video honoring the police officers in his district that can be appreciated all across the state and nation.
RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. – Farmers Home Furniture announced today it will invest $10 million in a new distribution center to be built in Franklin County.
Four Alabama congressmen lent their names to a letter Monday calling on President Barack Obama to rescind the administration's guidance on transgender students and bathroom use, calling it a "poorl