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FreedomWorks' Member of the Month for November 2017: Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.)

FreedomWorks recognizes Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) as Member of the Month for November. Before being elected to the House of Representatives, Rep. Collins pastored at a local baptist church, as well as served as a chaplain for the Air Force. During his time serving in the Georgia House of Representatives, he graduated from Georgia State University’s John Marshall Law School and was able to start his own legal practice. He currently serves the 9th district of Georgia and sits on both the House Rules and House Judiciary committees.

11/01/2017
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Capitol Hill Update: October 23, 2017

The House and Senate are in session this week.

10/23/2017
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Support the International Communications Privacy Act, H.R. 3718

On behalf of our activist community, please contact your representative and urge him or her to support the International Communications Privacy Act, H.R. 3718, introduced by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.). The bill would establish guidelines for how law enforcement officials can access information that is stored in countries other than the United States.

09/13/2017
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Support the Prison Reform and Redemption Act, H.R. 3356

On behalf of FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and encourage him or her to cosponsor the Prison Reform and Redemption Act, H.R. 3356, introduced by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.). This bill would require the Attorney General to develop an offender risk and needs assessment system and incentivizes offenders to lower their risk of recidivism.

07/24/2017
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Restoring Article I of the Constitution

Throughout the last century, Congress has been delegating a lot of its legislative authority to the executive branch through the creation of new administrative agencies to make new regulations.

05/30/2017
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Democrats Are Trying to Repeal the Tool Congress Has to Hold the Regulatory State Accountable

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) have introduced legislation that would repeal one of the tools that give Congress greater oversight of actions taken by federal agencies. Passed in 1996 as part of the Contract with American Advancement Act, the Congressional Review Act provided Congress with power to canceled rules finalized and published by federal agencies.

05/17/2017
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Conservatives Embrace Bipartisan Justice Reform

BY Rep. Doug Collins and Adam Brandon

As a newly unified government has begun tackling a range of health care, tax, and regulatory reforms, Conservatives are continuing to champion another area in need of legislative updates for the twenty-first century: criminal justice reform.

04/19/2017
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Legislation to Combat Costly Federal Regulations Will Be Reintroduced in the 115th Congress

Legislation that would go a long way toward restoring Article I of the Constitution and serve as a check on the regulatory state will be reintroduced when the 115th Congress begins on January 3. In a press release Wednesday, Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) announced that he will sponsor the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act in the next Congress.

12/28/2016