• Rep. Collins Supports POTUS Nomination of Judge Kavanaugh

    “In nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, President Trump has delivered a candidate whose thoughtful faithfulness to the Constitution will be an asset to our nation’s highest court. The Senate now has the opportunity to serve the American people by confirming Judge Kavanaugh immediately.”

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  • ICYMI: CVS Exploits PBM Role, and Taxpayers Pay

    June 26, 2018 Jessica Andrews (202) 225 9893 CVS Exploits PBM Role, and Taxpayers Pay WASHINGTON—This letter to the editor by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) was first published in the Wall Street Journal on June 25, 2018.  Recently, CVS accused the Journal (Letters, June 8) of mischaracterizing its pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) operation. Thomas Moriarty is right […]

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  • State Senator Josh McKoon: Why I endorsed David Shafer

    Forget about the race for Georgia Governor for a minute, have you paid any attention to the race for Lieutenant Governor between David Shafer and Geoff Duncan? 8:30 AM our guest will be State Senator Josh McKoon. Find out why Mckoon has endorsed David Shafer for Lt Governor. Is Geoff Duncan campaign lying about David […]

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  • Senator David Perdue Visits Southeast Asia To Talk Trade & National Security

    “A realignment is not necessarily mandatory for rebalancing trade” WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, last week traveled to Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore to meet with international leaders about foreign policy and national security. Senator Perdue participated in an event at the Shangri-La Dialogues in Singapore […]

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  • COLLINS PRAISES PASSAGE OF WATER INFRASTRUCTURE BILL WITH CORPS REFORMS

    COLLINS PRAISES PASSAGE OF WATER INFRASTRUCTURE BILL WITH CORPS REFORMS JUN 7, 2018 PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON—The House of Representatives has passed the Water Resources Development Act, a bill that authorizes water infrastructure projects across the country. Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) advocated for the bill to include reforms of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which […]

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  • Kemp Chooses the High Road After Cagle Fires False Runoff Attacks

    Exclusive Interview this morning on FYNtv.com with Candidate for Governor Brian Kemp, and where he stands on the attacks of the Cagle Campaign, against him.   Join us on #GMFTO every weekday starting at 8AM! We will be featuring Fetch Your News FYNTV.com TV personality #BKP and his political opinion, and #AnythingGoes ! Have a […]

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  • Short Takes – Obama Who?

    November, a year ago, Obama’s presidency came to a screeching halt. As the nation’s first almost black president, a major accomplishment to be sure, his two terms as America’s first almost black chief executive were sorely disappointing. Nevertheless, being the first almost  black President will rightly remain his only political accomplishment because the new sheriff […]

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  • Collins and FCC Chairman Hold Broadband Forum

        DAHLONEGA, Ga.—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai gathered stakeholders from across Northeast Georgia to address the challenges of delivering affordable, accessible internet access to rural communities. Friday’s meeting included local representatives, chamber of commerce leaders and internet service providers. “You know, I always talk about the economic […]

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