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.
General Covid-19 Information
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.
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.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) released a statement calling for entries in the 2020 4th District Art Competition.
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.
“I completely agree with President Trump that the State of the Union is stronger than ever before. The President put in front of the American people how much better off we are today than we were even three years ago.
On Tuesday night, February 4th, 2020, President Donald Trump will deliver his third State of the Union address and his 4th overall message to a joint session of Congress. A President's first speech to Congress is not officially called a State of the Union because it is delivered just weeks after taking office. Instead, it is simply referred to as an Address to Congress.
Washington — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, (AL-04) released the following statement after the House of Representatives voted in favor of the USMCA agreement.
In The News
Most House Republicans heading home for the August recess would probably rather not talk about immigration policy. They also probably won’t have a choice.
Lease on Kennedy Space Center's Pad 39 may be near, Bolden says
By James Dean | Florida Today | August 1, 2013
A long-term lease of a mothballed Kennedy Space Center launch pad may still be near, NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden suggested Wednesday.
Local plant announces expansion, creation of 245 new jobs
By Jonathan Willis | Franklin County Times | August 1, 2013
Innovative Hearth Products, the parent company of the Russellville FMI plant officially announced Thursday that they will be expanding the local manufacturing plant and adding close to 250 new jobs.
Exploring the 'Dark Matter of Love'
By Wendy Mitchell | Screen Daily | July 31, 2013
The filmmaking team behind documentary The Dark Matter of Love has launched a campaign for the film to be used as an advocacy tool for the Russian children stuck in Putin’s US adoption ban.
Gadsden gets British perspective
A group of business and governmental leaders got a civics lesson Friday — British style — from Stephen Metcalfe, a member of Parliament.
Only one member of Alabama's congressional delegation votes to defund NSA's collection of phone records
By Leada Gore | AL.com | July 25, 2013
Congressmen Register Concern Over Possible Exclusive Lease of Pad 39A
By Dan Leone | Space News | July 22, 2013
Who will launch from Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A?
By James Dean | USA Today | July 19, 2013