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Press Release
November 30, 2018

Collins, Bipartisan Colleagues Introduce Legislation to Help Small Businesses Restructure Debt

“Small businesses are some of the best innovators in our local economies, and this bill would bring much-needed improvements to the bankruptcy code so that owner-operated businesses can recover from financial hardship and continue creating jobs."
Press Release
November 29, 2018

Trump Administration Includes Collins’ Phair Pricing Act in New Drug Pricing Rule

“Too often, prescription drug middlemen use abusive reimbursement schemes to inflate patient prices and unfairly cripple community health care providers. I’ve seen how much this ultimately leaves communities with higher costs and less access to quality care."
Press Release
November 14, 2018

Collins Praises President Trump's Leadership on FIRST STEP Act

"The president unequivocally called on the Senate to pass this legislation, which the House voted for overwhelmingly this May. We began working with the White House on the FIRST STEP Act over a year ago, and we couldn’t have asked for better, more driven partners than President Trump . . . "
Press Release
November 7, 2018

Collins Statement on Democrat Plan to Weaponize Judiciary

"The baseless impeachment plans Mr. Nadler is lobbing about flow from Democrat frustration over the fact that they cannot prove collusion where there isn’t any, and these plans will not stand."
Press Release
October 5, 2018

Collins fights to make Elberton post office handicap accessible

"I am deeply concerned that barriers to access at the Elberton Post Office persist a year after my office raised concerns on behalf of Elberton residents, and I encourage the Postal Service to prioritize the accessibility of its public facilities across the nation."
Press Release
September 28, 2018

Collins’ bill passes House as part of opioid package

"Today’s vote and the inclusion of the Substance Abuse Prevention Act in the final bill reflects bicameral commitment to equipping families, victims and law enforcement with resources crucial to combating this epidemic."