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  Rep. Loudermilk Talks with Varney about Impeachment Vote
 

 
  Press Release of the Week: Rep. Loudermilk: Democrats Continue Three-Year Quest to Impeach
 
  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement after the House of Representatives voted on H.Res.660:

"This is not about President Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian President; because, according to President Zelensky, there was no pressure placed on him, and he wasn’t aware of any withheld funds. As one of my colleagues on the super-secret impeachment committee recently stated, ‘there can be no quid-pro-quo, without a quo.’ Furthermore, the Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014, passed by Congress and signed by President Obama, requires the President to combat corruption in Ukraine before U.S. funds can be released to that country. That same law was again passed as part of the FY17, FY18 and FY19 National Defense Authorization Acts. 

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  In the News: Loudermilk: Allatoona dock fee increase tabled indefinitely
 
  From the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News:

"Large increases in the dock fees paid by property owners on Allatoona Lake have been delayed indefinitely, U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cartersville announced Tuesday morning.

The decision was made by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

'This is great news for Georgia residents who have docks and facilities on Lakes Allatoona and Lanier, and for the entire South Atlantic Division,' Loudermilk said in a tweet."

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  In the News: Ga. lawmakers vote with parties to set rules for impeachment inquiry
 
  From the AJC:

"Georgia’s five U.S. House Democrats voted on Thursday to formalize their party’s impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump, taking a unified front on one of the most radioactive issues before Congress.

Eight of the state’s nine Republicans voted to reject the resolution, which sets rules for how the House investigation will unfold in the coming weeks." 

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  Social Media of the Week: Officially the Ranking Member of the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence   

 
  Social Media of the Week: On Impeachment Probe and and Selective Leaks
 

 
Graphic of the Week: Veterans Claims Clinic Open Hours
If you are a Veteran, please note:

The Veterans Benefits Administration, Atlanta Regional Office (1700 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, Ga 30033) will have OPEN hours next Thursday, November 7 for you to come in and discuss your claims. See flyer below for more information.


From Our Constituent Services' Desk…
Our office receives several requests each year to assist in finding a job with a federal agency, and we are happy to offer advice on where to look for information on the process.

The first stop on this process is www.usajobs.gov. This website can be intimidating for the first time user, but the best information is found at Get started with USAJOBS. This section explains creating an account, how many distinct resumes you can provide, and tips for starting your job search. Some job announcements provide the link to the agency’s Human Resources page. If this option is available, be sure to connect with that office as soon as you apply for the job.
 
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