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Press Release
May 7, 2018

Bipartisan Prison Reform Bill Introduced in House and Senate

Reps. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) and Sens. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) introduced the FIRST STEP Act, a prison reform initiative aimed at lowering recidivism and prison populations through rehabilitative programing.
Press Release
April 26, 2018

Collins Introduces Intercountry Adoption Information Act to Reduce Barriers to International Adoption

"We have the opportunity to bring families together by sharing relevant information about the international adoption landscape, and I’ve authored the Intercountry Adoption Information Act to make those resources available to American families."
Press Release
April 25, 2018

Music Modernization Act Sails Through House, on to Senate

“Today’s vote shows that the People’s House can mobilize on behalf of the people—their work ethic, their livelihoods and their creative spirit. By updating copyright laws for the digital age, the Music Modernization Act encourages Americans to keep producing the anthems that punctuate our lives.”
Press Release
April 24, 2018

House to Vote on Bipartisan Music Modernization Act

"Thanks to the hard work from Representative Doug Collins, bipartisan reforms are on the House floor this week to help level the playing field and support America’s music industry,” said House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Op-Ed
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.
Statement
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."

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