Two of the Senate's most senior women are sending notice that they expect changes to Capitol Hill's practices for dealing with official complaints by congressional staff. Republican Susan Collins of … Click to Continue »
Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King have written a letter to Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai urging him to cancel Thursday's vote on net neutrality. Collins and King argue that the process moved to quickly and didn't...Show More Summary
Progressive activists met with Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, in a bid to persuade her to vote against the $1.5 trillion tax bill.
Collins believes, or claims to believe, that Paul Ryan can be trusted to protect Medicare.
Keep calling Susan Collins but let’s also be prepared for the next stanza here in case she caves. The GOP plans to have its new tax bill go into effect on January 1 2018, not 2019. That means the next fiscal year will be massively fucked up for millions of people if the bill passes. […]
Five protesters arrested during a sit-in at U.S. Sen. Susan Collins' office in Bangor have agreed to pay $500 to a nonprofit to have their charges dropped. The protesters will … Click to Continue »
Also: More on Susan Collins’s mistake.
The Republican Party has reinstated its financial support of Senate nominee Roy Moore just weeks after it cut off funding following multiple allegations of sexual impropriety.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) has taken a whole lot of heat for her vote in favor of the GOP Senate tax bill, in particular because it includes repeal of the individual mandate. She has argued that two other pieces of legislation she is backing make up for the increase in costs likely to flow from […]
"I think that's a mistake."
And your health care may suffer for it.
WASHINGTON, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator Susan Collins, whose support was crucial in passing the Senate tax reform bill earlier this month, said on Sunday she has not yet decided whether she will back the final measure negotiated by House and Senate leaders. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Her concerns about the bill are unlikely to be allayed, but she might vote for it anyway.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said she “has not yet decided whether she will back the final measure negotiated by House and Senate leaders,” Reuters reports. “Collins’ vote was important since the Senate approved the bill by 51-49 vote after an [...]
Republican U.S. Senator Susan Collins, whose support was crucial in passing the Senate tax reform bill earlier this month, said on Sunday she has not yet decided whether she will back the final measure negotiated by House and Senate leaders. The moderate Republican from Maine has laid out...
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine's Republican U.S. senator said on Sunday that Alabama politician Roy Moore was unfit to serve in the Senate even before sexual-misconduct allegations against him came to light. Sen. Susan Collins made the...Show More Summary
Maine's Republican senator says Roy Moore wasn't fit to serve in the U.S. Senate even before sexual misconduct allegations came to light. Sen. Susan Collins made the comments on CBS' … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON ? Before she voted for the Senate version of the Republican tax bill, Sen. Susan Collins saw that Congress would soon be passing separate spending deals, and she had demands.
The Maine senator said she'd support the tax bill on certain conditions that nobody promised to meet.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) wouldn’t say whether she’ll support the final tax package in the absence of guaranteed passage of the health-care bills, Bloomberg reports. “Collins’s promise came from Senate Majority Mitch McConnell — who can’t always deliver a vote [...]