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Press Release
September 26, 2018

Collins’ bill included in bicameral opioid relief package

“Families in Northeast Georgia and across the nation have suffered deeply under the opioid crisis, and the House continues to respond thoughtfully and thoroughly."
Press Release
September 25, 2018

House sends Music Modernization Act for president’s signature

"It has been an honor to work alongside songwriters, publishers, digital streamers, broadcasters, artists and fellow lawmakers to make the music licensing landscape fairer and freer for everyone who’s ever loved a song."
Press Release
September 25, 2018

Collins joins Nadler, Hatch and Leahy to introduce bipartisan, bicameral American Royalties Too Act

“American artists should be rewarded, not penalized, for the uniqueness of their work. The ART Act would allow visual artists to reap the benefits of their talent and labor on a playing field that’s finally level with other countries’."
September 7, 2018

Collins statement on Atlanta cutting ties with ICE

"State and local leaders who refuse to cooperate with federal law enforcement or keep criminals behind bars make innocent Georgians more vulnerable. When other states look to Atlanta, they should see a city anchored to promoting the welfare of its citizens, not eroding public safety.”
Press Release
September 6, 2018

Collins introduces bill to increase transparency and access to federal court documents

“Americans deserve a justice system that is transparent and accessible. I introduced the Electronic Court Records Reform Act to modernize the judicial records systems and remove fee-for-access barriers that technology has rendered unnecessary.”
Press Release
August 31, 2018

Clermont Post Office named for fallen Marine Zack Addington

“People in Hall County remember Zack Addington as a brave man who died promoting and defending the liberty that we prize so dearly. He fought and became a hero beside his countrymen, and we’ve come together to ensure that his legacy lives on through Clermont’s Zack T. Addington Post Office.”