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Press Release
January 12, 2017

Collins and Grassley Introduce Sunshine Act to Curb Backdoor Rulemaking

The Sunshine Act inhibits the ability of federal agencies to participate in back-door sue-and-settle arrangements with special interest groups, which circumvent established regulatory processes.
Press Release
January 11, 2017

Collins Talks Congress with West Hall High School

In an extended video phone call, students made the most of the opportunity to ask Congressman Collins questions on topics ranging from his legislative goals to foreign relations.
Press Release
January 10, 2017

North Forsyth Students to Attend Naval Academy

Brian Garcia, son of Augstin and Juana Garcia, and Shaun Herock, son of Mia and Shaun Herock, will be part of the Academy’s class of 2021.
Press Release
January 5, 2017

House Passes REINS Act, Continues Regulatory Reform Efforts

The legislation would require that rules with an economic impact of $100 million or more be approved by both Congress and the president before taking effect.
Op-Ed
January 4, 2017

REINS Act Will Check Executive Overreach, Restore Constitutional Balance

As a new Congress begins, Republicans have made it clear that regulatory reform is a priority that puts the interest of all Americans first, especially concerning the economy.
Press Release
January 3, 2017

Congress Opens with Introduction of REINS Act

As Republicans prepare to lead a unified government for the first time since 2006, upcoming bills demonstrate that they have made regulatory reform a priority.

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