United States Senator from Maine. All tweets originate from the Press Office of Senator Susan Collins.
The CDC and the FDA have not provided sufficient data to the American people on breakthrough cases. @SenatorBurr and I are urging them to better track this critical information and make it publicly available immediately.
The science is clear: students suffer when they are not in school, and testing can help keep more of them in the classroom. I urged @SecCardona to review the “test-to-stay” approach that can eliminate the need to quarantine asymptomatic students.
The HAVANA Act is now law, and help is on the way for victims of Havana Syndrome.
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Colin Powell, a wonderful person and an extraordinary public servant.
Colin was a compassionate leader who broke barriers and made a real difference for our country. I hope his wife Alma and the Powell family will find comfort in knowing how many Americans have been inspired by his life of selfless service.
This decision is a welcome reprieve. I brought this ruling to the attention of the Secretary of Commerce in the hope that the Department will reverse course.
Since 2016, Congress has boosted funding to address the opioid epidemic by 1,300 percent. To ensure those struggling with addiction are able to access the treatment they need, we must increase the number of providers to keep pace with the billions of dollars in new resources.
The Trump Administration‘s decision to eliminate protections for transgender patients is simply wrong. I’ll work to overturn this discriminatory policy.
I will vote in support of the motion to allow witnesses and documents to be subpoenaed. My full statement:
We are in the midst of a crisis in our country caused by the coronavirus. When it comes to Americans’ health and saving Americans’ jobs and our small businesses, we don't have another day. We don't have another hour. We don't have another minute to delay acting.