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Aderholt Calls for Entries in 2018 Art Competition

2018/03/02

Washington, D.C. — Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) today called for entries in the 2018 Congressional 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 2018 Congressional Art Competition award ceremony and reception will be held at the Evelyn Burrow Museum on the campus of Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama.  The date for the ceremony is Monday, April 23th at 10:30 a.m.  All students participating in the competition, along with their parents and art teachers, are invited to attend the reception and ceremony.

 

“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 at Wallace State.”

 

For information can be found on the Art Competition website.

 

 

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Aderholt Meets with President Trump on Trade

2018/02/13

Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement after meeting with President Trump at the White House to discuss plans for trade.

 

“Tuesday morning, I met with President Trump at the White House to discuss work on future trade deals that put America and American workers first.  Our past trade deals grew the economies of other countries while putting our own citizens in unemployment lines.  The President and I agree those days are over.

 

“While our trade deficits with other countries continue to balloon, life is being drained out of the American dream.  We have lost good paying jobs that allow people to buy homes, send their kids to college, give to their churches and have a nest egg for retirement.

 

“I took the opportunity to thank President Trump for his support of my “Buy American” provision that mandates the use of American made iron and steel in publicly funded infrastructure projects. I also applauded his efforts to expand the American manufacturing base. Revitalizing American manufacturing is the key component in ‘Making America Great Again’.

 

“It is great to finally have a leader in the White House like President Trump who shares my goal to put the American worker first in any trade deals our country makes.  That also means treating the people who live in rural America with respect, and not as if their jobs and well-being are expendable.”

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Aderholt Statement on FISA Memo Release

2018/02/02

Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to the release of the FISA memo.

 

“I am very pleased that the FISA memo from the House Intelligence Committee has been released to the public, as this is something I think most Americans supported. I read the memo two weeks ago,  and felt the information was extremely important and should be seen by the American people.

 

“The public should be able to have confidence that our institutions, including the FBI, are not being politicized in favor of one candidate over another.   That’s why we need transparency to show what the true facts were.   This is not the way the system should work. It was interesting to see over the past several days so many of the Democrats that went out of their way to discredit this report before it was even released.  I hope this information can help people understand this entire situation.”

 

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Aderholt Statement on 2018 List of Christians Persecuted Worldwide Because of Their Faith

2018/01/11

Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to the release of the 2018 Christian Persecution Watch List.

 

“On Wednesday, the Open Doors USA, a international ministry that works with persecuted Christians around the world, released its 25th annual World Watch List at the National Press Club.  While it is tragic that these reports are necessary, I appreciated the opportunity to join with Open Doors to bring attention to this issue.

 

“Sadly, the news from the event was not good.  The number of Christians who are facing persecution around the world is increasing. 

 

“North Korea continues to be at the top of the list of countries where Christians are persecuted and strictly prohibited from openly worshipping.  The following is a list of the top ten countries where Christians are persecuted:  North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, Pakistan, Eritrea, Libya, Iraq, Yemen, and Iran. 

 

“The Open Doors report highlighted that women are particularly singled out and abused for their faith.  There were reports of 2,260 women who were raped, sexually harassed or forced into marriages through threats of death.  It’s believed this number is greatly under reported. I should also point out this is an issue that women, men and children all face around the world.

 

“We cannot turn a blind eye to this evil and the United States must continue to hold our friends – and our enemies – accountable.  I will continue to discuss these issues with my colleagues in Congress to help ensure that the Administration has all the tools it needs from those of us in Congress who understand the severity of this issue.”

 

More information on the 2018 list can be found at: https://www.opendoorsusa.org/christian-persecution/world-watch-list/

 

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Aderholt Statement on Passage of Tax and Jobs Bill

2017/12/19

Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to the passage of the Tax Reform and Jobs Bill.

 

“This afternoon, I voted in the House of Representatives, to give back more money to Alabama taxpayers.  Far too many of the people in Washington believe that the government should have a right to a high percentage of everything you earn. Those people are wrong. It is your money, and you should be able to keep even more of it.

 

“This tax bill does the right thing. It doubles the child tax credit.  It doubles the personal tax exemption. It keeps medical deductions and mortgage deductions, and more than 80% of the people in the 4th District of Alabama will receive a tax cut.

 

“This is also a jobs bill.  By lowering the corporate tax rate, businesses are no longer rewarded for moving their businesses and jobs overseas where tax rates are cheaper.  Our cumbersome, 20th Century tax code desperately needed updating. This bill achieves that goal.”

 

Important Numbers:

Individual filers: $6,350 under current law, will increase to $12,000 under TCJA = Increase in deduction of $5,650

 

Married filing jointly: $12,700 under current law, $24,000 under TCJA = Increase in deduction of $11,300

 

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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House Passes Tax Reform BIll

2017/11/17

Washington, D.C. — Congressman Robert Aderholt today released the following statement on the passage in the House of Representative of the tax reform bill.

 

“The bottom line of this tax bill is that it sends more money home to Alabama families. While the economy has improved in the last year, many people have not had a raise in 10 years.  This bill changes that by putting money back in people’s pockets and creating new jobs.  It prevents corporate revenue from being parked overseas and puts it to work here in the US to increase wages, increase job rolls and increase opportunity. 

 

“Once again, here in the House of Representatives, we have worked to pass President Trump’s agenda and succeeded.  We are working every day to make sure the hardworking middle class - the backbone of the country and the 4th District - are not forgotten like they have been for the past eight years.”

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Aderholt Seeks Service Academy Nomination Requests

2017/10/12

Washington, D.C. — Our nation’s service academies are elite institutions that train students to excel in academics and military affairs. These institutions seek well-rounded individuals with a high level of academic achievement, as well as a commitment to athletics, student activities, and civic organizations.

 

Famous graduates of these institutions include Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Jimmy Carter, as well as legendary Generals Robert E. Lee, George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, and Norman Schwarzkopf. The academies have also produced numerous astronauts. The second man to ever walk on the moon–Buzz Aldrin–was a graduate of a U.S. service academy.

 

Congressman Aderholt has the privilege to nominate a limited number of men and women to four of the five service academies. The United States Coast Guard does not accept Congressional nominations, applications must be submitted directly to the Director of Admissions. 

 

If you, or a high school student you know, would be interested in a service academy nomination, the deadline is December 1st.  For more information please visit the Congressman’s website, www.aderholt.house.gov or call 256-381-3450.

 

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Aderholt Statement on DACA

2017/09/05

Washington, D.C. — Congressman Robert Aderholt today released the following statement on the future of the DACA program.

"First, it is important to remember that DACA runs contrary to existing U.S. immigration law. It is the product of the Obama administration's executive order where he, President Obama, disagreed with current law.

“I, and I believe most Americans, are sympathetic to the children brought to this country at a young age, many only a few months old. However, at the same time, you have to remember that the parents are responsible for the children's lack of legal status, not the government. The government has a responsibility to enforce the laws on the books.

“I believe that before passing any legislation that deals with DACA, Congress must first address border control and stopping illegal crossings at will. For Congress to do nothing about securing the border would be a disservice to our nation. It would be foolish to deal with one problem, without first addressing the underlying cause, which is a lack of border security.”

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Aderholt Statement on American Health Care Reform Act of 2017

2017/06/26

Washington, D.C. — Today, Congressman Robert Aderholt, released the following statement in regard to latest developments concerning the American Health Care Reform Act.

 

“Back in March, I sat down with the President in the Oval Office to discuss concerns about the affordability of healthcare premiums for older, low-income adults. The President looked me in the eye and said that he would make sure we did better. True to the President’s word, the Senate bill confirms the efforts we have made by reducing the average premium by $8,100 for this population.  This was achieved in a conservative manner, using tax credits instead of entitlement spending.  

 

“This healthcare bill is not perfect.  Obamacare did a lot of damage, and it will take more than one bill to dig us out of this hole.  That said, this bill is a step in the right direction where people can find healthcare coverage that they can afford and actually use.”

 

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Congressman Aderholt Statement on Shooting at GOP Baseball Practice

2017/06/14

Washington, D.C. — Today, June 14th, Congressman Robert Aderholt released the following statement after reports of a shooting at GOP baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia.

“My prayers go out to those who have been hurt this morning.  It’s my understanding that several people have been shot, including my colleague and friend Steve Scalise.  I ask for everyone’s prayers for those who have been hurt.  Also, thank you to all those who have reached out to check on me this morning.   My staff and I are fine.”

In Washington, Congressman Aderholt serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for the powerful House Appropriations Committee; he is also a member of the Committee’s Defense Subcommittee, the Committee’s Commerce, Justice, and Science Subcommittee, and the Helsinki Commission.

 

For more information about Aderholt’s work in Congress visit: www.aderholt.house.gov.

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Robert Brown Aderholt[1] (born July 22, 1965) is the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 4th congressional district, serving since 1997. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes most of Tuscaloosa County north of the Black Warrior River, as well as the far northern suburbs of Birmingham in Walker County and the southern suburbs of Huntsville and Decatur.

Aderholt is a member of the congressional Tea Party Caucus and has taken conservative stands on issues such as abortion, tax reform, and defense spending.[2]

Early life, education and career[edit]

Aderholt was born in Haleyville, Alabama, to Mary Frances Brown and Bobby Ray Aderholt.[3] Aderholt's father, a part-time minister for a small group of Congregational churches in northwest Alabama, was a circuit judge for more than 30 years. He attended the University of North Alabama and then Birmingham-Southern College from which he graduated. During college, Aderholt was a member of Kappa Alpha Order. Aderholt received his J.D. from the Samford UniversityCumberland School of Law and practiced law after graduation.

In 1992, Aderholt was appointed Haleyville municipal judge.[4] In the same year, he was a delegate to the Republican National Convention. In 1995, he became the top aide to GovernorFob James. He won the 1996 Republican primary in the race to succeed 15-term Democratic incumbent Tom Bevill.

Political positions[edit]

Defense[edit]

He does not support reducing the defense budget to close the American deficit, and in May 2012 said "cuts to defense budgets – the federal government's primary Constitutional responsibility – shouldn't be the relief valve for uncontrolled domestic program spending".[5] Aderholt opposes government spending to stimulate economic growth. He voted against the $787 Billion Stimulus Package in February 2009.[citation needed]

Environmental issues[edit]

During the 2013 111th Congress, Aderholt voted for the amendment by Rep. Scalise (R-LA)[Notes 1] which would "require that Congress be allowed to vote on any executive regulation that would impose any tax, price, or levy upon carbon emissions... effectively prevents the executive branch from levying any form of carbon tax without Congressional approval. Since a carbon tax would be tremendously destructive to the economy as a whole, this measure would hopefully make such a tax unlikely to pass." Aderholt opposed regulations on greenhouse gas emissions, and in December 2008 helped write a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which stated, "I am opposed to any attempt to impose greenhouse gas regulations under the Clean Air Act on the agricultural industry."[7] Aderholt was against the policies promoted by the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference as well as the US proposed Cap and Trade Bill, part of what he argued was an "unrealistic carbon emissions reduction mandate" that would result in a loss of American jobs. He agreed with the global warming petition project[8] that, "[t]here is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing, or will in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate."

Guns[edit]

Aderholt is a supporter of the gun rights. He was endorsed by the NRA in the 2010 general election,[10] and received $2000 from them.[11]

Mass shootings[edit]

In the wake of the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting, Aderholt called it a terrorist attack and stated "we do not have the luxury of debating the political correctness of 'radical Islam'." He stated a need to "hunt down those who would do us harm." He opposed the media and President Obama using the shooting to "push any type of political agenda relating to gun control. He made a call to the White House and Congress to "protect the homeland."[12]

Human rights[edit]

Aderholt is opposed to same-sex marriage. He has received high ratings from the Family Research Council, the Traditional Values Coalition, and the American Family Association. In 2013, the Human Rights Campaign gave him a score of 0 on its Congressional Scorecard.[14]

Regulatory reform[edit]

In December 2011, Aderholt voted in support of H.R. 10, the "Regulations From the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act," which would have required congressional approval for any "major regulations" issued by the executive branch but, unlike the 1996 Congressional Review Act, would not require the president's signature or override of a probable presidential veto.[15][16]

Social issues[edit]

Abortion[edit]

During the “March for Life” rally in Washington on Jan 22, 2010, he said, “The issue of abortion and the sanctity of life is something that I feel strongly about and I encourage my colleagues to look for ways to curb and stop abortions in the United States, while compassionately educating on this important issue.”[17]

Cannabis[edit]

Aderholt has a "D" rating from NORML regarding his voting record on cannabis-related matters. He voted against allowing veterans access to medical marijuana, if legal in their state, per their Veterans Health Administration doctor's recommendation.[18]

Tax reform[edit]

Aderholt is a signer of Americans for Tax Reform’s Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

He voted in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.[20] Aderholt said he voted for the bill "to give back more money to Alabama taxpayers."[21] He also stated that the bill "does the right thing." He cited the raising of the child tax credit, changes to the state and local tax deductions, and stated that "more than 80% the people in the 4th District of Alabama will receive a tax cut." Aderholt also says that more businesses will stay in the US due to a lower corporate tax rate and therefore the act is a "jobs bill."[22]

U.S. House of Representatives[edit]

Committee assignments[edit]

Caucuses[edit]

Aderholt's voting record is generally conservative. However, his votes on economic issues have been generally based on the concerns of his district rather than an overarching ideology.[citation needed] He has been notable in his support of quotas on steel imports and sponsored a bill assessing additional anti-dumping duties on foreign steel in 1999. He voted against the free trade agreements with Chile, Morocco, and Singapore, but supported the US-Australia FTA. As a member of the Appropriations Committee, Aderholt has secured a significant amount of highway and sewer funding for the 4th District. Aderholt voted in favor of a joint resolution to withdraw the United States from the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2000 and 2005.[23][24] He is involved with the NASA Space Launch System and has urged to increase funding for the programs based in Alabama.

Aderholt is a supporter of Roy Moore.[citation needed]

Aderholt voted in favor of the Central America Free Trade Agreement, but has since stated that he relied on promises by the Bush White House that were not kept.[citation needed]

On November 4, 1999, Aderholt voted in favor of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act,[25] which some economists, including Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, believe helped create the 2007 financial crisis.

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Sponsor HR 3808: Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010, 111th Congress

The bill was cosponsored by Reps. Bruce Braley (D., Iowa), Michael Castle (R., Del.), and Artur Davis (D., Ala.).

H.R. 3808 Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010 – To require any Federal or State court to recognize any notarization made by a notary public licensed by a State other than the State where the court is located when such notarization occurs in or affects interstate commerce.

Apr 27, 2010: This bill passed in the House of Representatives by voice vote. A record of each representative’s position was not kept.

Sep 27, 2010: This bill passed in the Senate by Unanimous Consent. A record of each senator’s position was not kept.

Oct 8, 2010: Vetoed by President.

H.R. 2017 Continuing Appropriations Act, 2012

May 26, 2011: Introduced

June 2, 2011: Passed House with amendments

September 26, 2011: Passed Senate with amendments

September 30, 2011: Became Public Law 112-33 [28]

Political campaigns[edit]

As the Republican nominee, Aderholt faced a considerable challenge against State Senator Bob Wilson Jr., who called himself a Democrat "in the Tom Bevill tradition". This was a seriously contested race, receiving a deal of national coverage and significant support from the Republican Party. Newt Gingrich personally visited the district during the campaign. Aderholt won narrowly, 50%–48%, becoming only the second Republican to represent this district since Reconstruction. The first, Jim Martin, was swept into office in what was then the 7th District during the 1964 wave that delivered the state's electoral votes to Barry Goldwater. Aderholt has never faced another contest nearly that close, and has been reelected nine times. He even ran unopposed in 2004, 2010, 2014, and 2016.

Aderholt's increasing margins reflected the growing Republican trend in this part of Alabama. While Democrats still have a majority in voter registration, the district's Democrats are very conservative on social issues, even by Alabama standards. With a Cook Partisan Voting Index of R+30, it is the fifth-most Republican district in the nation and the third-most Republican district east of the Mississippi.

2010 campaign[edit]

See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Alabama, 2010 § District 4

Aderholt was re-elected unopposed.[citation needed]

2012 campaign[edit]

Further information: United States House of Representatives elections in Alabama, 2012 § District 4

Aderholt was reelected in the November election where he beat State representativeDaniel Boman, the Democratic nominee.[29] In 2012 Aderholt raised $1,207,484.98 for his campaign, but spent only $963,859.15. Parker Towing was his largest contributor, providing $24,000.00. $493,856, 41% of his contributions came from large individual contributions. $583,000, 48% came from PACs.

Electoral history[edit]

Alabama's 4th Congressional District House Primary Election, 1996
PartyCandidateVotes%±
RepublicanRobert B. Aderholt10,41048.83
RepublicanKerry Rich5,86027.48
RepublicanBarry Guess2,43411.42
RepublicanMickey Moseley1,5967.49
RepublicanRonny Branham1,0214.79

Main article: U.S. House election, 2002

Main article: United States House of Representatives elections, 2004

Main article: United States House of Representatives elections, 2006

Main article: United States House of Representatives elections, 2008

Main article: United States House of Representatives elections, 2010

Main article: United States House of Representatives elections, 2012

Alabama's 4th Congressional District House Election, 2014
PartyCandidateVotes%±
RepublicanRobert B. Aderholt132,83198.57%+24.57%
Write-insWrite-ins1,9211.43%+1.43%
Alabama's 4th Congressional District House Primary Election, 2016
PartyCandidateVotes%±
RepublicanRobert B. Aderholt86,66081.18%
RepublicanPhil Norris20,09618.82%
Alabama's 4th Congressional District House Election, 2016[30]
PartyCandidateVotes%±
RepublicanRobert B. Aderholt235,92598.53%-.04%
Write-insWrite-ins3,5191.47%+.04%

Personal life[edit]

Aderholt is married to the former Caroline McDonald. Her father Albert McDonald served in the Alabama State Senate and was Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries.[31] They have two children, Robert Hayes and Mary Elliot.[32]

Notes[edit]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^U.S. House of Representatives
  2. ^Orndorff Troyan, Mary (August 4, 2010). "Alabama Rep. Robert Aderholt joins congressional Tea Party Caucus". AL.com. Retrieved September 5, 2014. 
  3. ^Family Tree Maker's
  4. ^McCutcheon, Michael; Barone, Chuck (2013). 2014 Almanac of American Politics. The University of Chicago Press. 
  5. ^"Redstone's Pivotal Role in Nation's Technology Must be Protected, says Rep. Robert Aderholt". AL.com. Retrieved November 19, 2012. 
  6. ^"Inhofe Says EPA's New Boiler Rule Could Kill Nearly 800,000 Manufacturing Jobs". Fox News. 28 September 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2012. 
  7. ^Global warming petition project, Global warming petition project, retrieved 21 September 2013 
  8. ^"Obama to present gun agenda; all but one Alabama representative supported by NRA". On The Issues. Retrieved 19 November 2012. 
  9. ^"Robert Aderholt on Gun Control". Challen Stevens. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  10. ^Berkowitz, Bonnie; Cai, Weiyi; Lu, Denise; Gamio, Lazaro. "Everything lawmakers said (and didn't say) after the Orlando mass shooting". Washington Post. Retrieved 31 December 2017. 
  11. ^"Congressional Scorecard: Measuring Support for Equality in the 112th Congress"(PDF). Human Rights Campaign. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  12. ^Sonmez, Felicia (December 7, 2011). "REINS bill to expand congressional power over executive regulations passed by House". The Washington Post. Retrieved October 10, 2013. 
  13. ^"FreedomWorks Scorecard". 
  14. ^Baragona, Justin. "Taking Back the House, Vol. 3: Robert Aderholt and Alabama's 4th District". PoliticalUSA. Retrieved 25 January 2017. 
  15. ^"Alabama Scorecard - NORML.org - Working to Reform Marijuana Laws". norml.org. Retrieved 21 December 2017. 
  16. ^Almukhtar, Sarah (19 December 2017). "How Each House Member Voted on the Tax Bill". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 December 2017. 
  17. ^Hagstrom, Jerry. "Senate Passes Tax Bill Late Tuesday, But Rules Force House to Revote Wednesday". DTN Progressive Farmer. Retrieved 21 December 2017. 
  18. ^"House passes $1.5T tax bill, delivering on a major piece of GOP agenda". WHNT.com. 19 December 2017. Retrieved 21 December 2017. 
  19. ^http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2000/roll310.xml
  20. ^http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2005/roll239.xml
  21. ^"GovTrack: House Vote on Conference Report: S. 900 [106th]: Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act". Govtrack.us. 1999-11-04. Retrieved 2010-08-22. 
  22. ^"Bill Summary and Status". 
  23. ^"Alabama Secretary of State"(PDF). 
  24. ^http://sos.alabama.gov/sites/default/files/voter-pdfs/2016/2016-Official-General-Election-Results-Certified-2016-11-29.pdf
  25. ^'Funeral Service set for Albert McDonald, former state senator and ag commissioner from Madison,' AL.com., Steve Doyle, July 7, 2014
  26. ^[1]

References[edit]

  • Aderholt, Robert (13 December 2010), The Daily Mountain Eagle Climate change: Don't place the cart ahead of the horse 
  • ATR (2010), The Taxpayer Protection Pledge Signers 112th Congressional List(PDF), Americans for Tax Reform, retrieved November 30, 2011 
  • Baram, Marcus (19 September 2008), Who's Whining Now? Economists Hit Gramm: talk about words coming back to haunt you, Abcnews.go.com, retrieved 21 September 2013 
  • Freedom Works (2013), Robert B. Aderholt, Freedom Works, retrieved 21 September 2013 
  • Paletta, Damian (2009-03-10), Ten Questions for Those Fixing the Financial Mess – WSJ.com, Online.wsj.com, retrieved 2010-08-22 
  • VoteSmart (2012), Representative Robert B. Aderholt's Political Positions, One Common Ground, retrieved 19 November 2012 

External links[edit]

  1. ^H. Amendment: H.Amdt. 448 to H.R. 367

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