Congressman Aderholt is joined by WBSA's Beecher Hyde and Alabama Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth during the Boaz Harvest Festival
Congressman Aderholt goes to NASA Headquarters to watch the first all female space walk
Congressman Aderholt appears on CBS 42 in Birmingham to discuss impeachment
Congressman Aderholt meets with students from his alma mater, Haleyville High School
Congressman Aderholt meets with students from Phillips High School on the steps of the Capitol in Washington
Congressman Aderholt meets with students from Brilliant Elementary School on the steps of the Capitol in Washington
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Washington — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, (AL-04) released the following statement on the vote to formally open impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to the full Mueller Report being released to the public.
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, as ranking member of the Commerce Justice and Science Subcommittee on Appropriations, released the following statement after participating in the questioning of Attorney General William Barr before the committee.
Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to the introduction of his bill, Stopping Consumption of Tobacco by Teens (SCOTT Act), to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 and to also require more age verification for the online sale of vaping products.
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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