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April 20, 2018

Federal Prison Reform Initiative Informed by Georgia Successes

Georgians value justice. My father was a State Trooper for 31 years, and he helped me understand that an effective criminal justice system elevates human dignity by punishing wrongdoing, protecting victims and rehabilitating offenders.
April 20, 2018

Collins Statement on Comey Memos and McCabe Criminal Referral

"The memo he leaked—in order to effect the appointment of a Special Counsel—reinforces the inconsistency and bias with which he acted as FBI director as well as his willingness to substitute his own judgment for FBI policies."
Press Release
April 19, 2018

Collins Honored at GRAMMYs on the Hill

"Only with the consensus that we've seen in the industry and in the Judiciary Committee can we celebrate that today, as the GRAMMYs are on the Hill, the Music Modernization Act is on its way to the House floor."
April 18, 2018

Congress is Poised to Modernize Music Copyright

The simple theme of these reforms is fairness: Songwriters deserve the opportunity to obtain fair rates for the use of their musical works, and music providers should be able to compensate creators with transparency in a way that makes sense for the 21st century.
April 17, 2018

Collins Statement on Barbara Bush

“Barbara Bush’s commitment to earnest public service never waned. For decades, she translated compassion and conviction into thoughtful action, and she leaves behind an army of people who love her."
Press Release
April 12, 2018

Blue Ridge Student to Attend Marine Academy

“Makenzie’s determination and talent have been on display throughout her academic career, and I look forward to seeing her further hone those skills in New York.”