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ENG: Susan Margaret Collins (born December 7, 1952) is the junior United States Senator from Maine and a member of the Republican Party. First elected to the Senate in 1996, she is the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Collins and her fellow Senator from Maine, Olympia Snowe, are regarded as leading moderates within the Republican Party. Early life One of six children, Susan Collins was born in Caribou, Maine, where her family have operated a lumber business since 1844. Her parents, Donald and Patricia, each served as mayor of Caribou; her father also served in both houses of the Maine Legislature. Her uncle, Samuel W. Collins, Jr., sat on the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from 1988 to 1994. Collins attended Caribou High School, ...
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Collins tours athenahealth on eve of upbeat Q1 earn. report


U.S. Sen. Susan Collins toured the Belfast offices of athenahealth on Thursday, April 28. It was the senator’s first visit to the facility since the Watertown-Mass.-based medical billing service company opened a satellite office in a portion of the former MBNA complex in April 2008. Collins lauded athenahealth's efforts to help doctors convert to electronic health records, and seemed unsurprised when company representatives reported that they have found a skilled and motivated workforce in Maine. As the senator wrapped up her visit, athenahealth employees were converging from around ...


Collins Releases Statement on Resignation of Postmaster


WASHINGTON, D.C. - Senator Susan Collins, R-Me., ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, made the following statement regarding tonight's announced resignation of Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer John E. Potter, who was named the 72nd postmaster general of the United States on June 1, 2001: "Serving 32 years in the Postal Service, including more than nine as Postmaster General, Mr. Potter was dedicated to the Postal Service. During his tenure, Mr. Potter led the Postal Service through some of its most trying times and often had ...


S.Collins: Paperwork requirement will harm small businesses


Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, throughout the nation and here in our state. As I travel across Maine and visit with our small business leaders, I hear great concern about a burdensome new federal paperwork requirement that is an example of government regulation at its worst. I share that concern and am working to remedy it.At issue is a provision that, starting in 2012, will require all businesses to submit a Form 1099 to the IRS for every business vendor from whom they buy more than $600 in goods or services in a year. This new requirement was buried deep in the ...


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After initial relief, paying for GOP tax cuts could hit Mainers hard
Mainers could get some immediate relief under congressional Republicans' tax bills, but down the road lower- and middle-income households may shoulder the burden to pay for the tax cuts, which the Congressional Budget Office said will increase the deficit by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. House Republicans said their bill would pay for itself, and U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin said Tuesday that he will vote for it.
Washington Watch: What in heaven's name?
A supporter of US Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore holds a sign as he waits for a campaign rally in Montgomery, Alabama, earlier this year.. What in God's name were they thinking? No, not Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore when he allegedly groped underage girls half his age, and not Donald Trump when he boasted of his adulterous affairs, groin grabbing and sexual prowess.
GOP Goes All In To Check Obamacare AND Tax Reform Off Its List
Senate Republicans plan to include a repeal of the individual mandate - a key piece of the Affordable Care Act - in their tax reform efforts. It's a move that dramatically raises the stakes for President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans, who are still looking for a single, substantial legislative accomplishment to deliver to the American people this year.
Ruth Marcus: Blaming the messenger doesn't make the message untrue
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, she who has encountered no argument too weak to embrace, had this to say about allegations that Republican senate candidate Roy Moore molested a 14-year-old girl: "Like most Americans the president believes we cannot allow a mere allegation, in this case one from many years ago, to destroy a person's life. However, the president also believes that if these allegations are true, Judge Moore will do the right thing and step aside."



 
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