Romney, Ricketts, Colleagues Introduce Bill to Strengthen Oversight of U.S.-China Science and Technology Agreements
Senator Romney joined his colleagues in introducing the Science and Technology Agreement Enhanced Congressional Notification Act. The bill would strengthen oversight of science and technology agreements (STAs) between the U.S. and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) by requiring the Secretary of State to provide comprehensive details to Congress about any new, renewed, or extended agreement and establishing a minimum 30-day Congressional review period. This transparency and accountability provision includes thorough national security risk assessments, human rights considerations, and consistent monitoring mechanisms.
Senators Romney and Sinema (I-AZ) introduced the Earn to Learn Act, legislation to responsibly reduce student loan debt and help make college more affordable for students. The senators’ bill establishes a college matched-savings program that helps qualifying low-income students, including adult learners, pay for tuition, books, fees, and other education-related expenses.
Romney Leads Senate Hearing on Addressing Potential Threats Posed by AI, Quantum Computing, and Other Emerging Technology
Senator Romney, Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) Emerging Threats and Spending Oversight Subcommittee, today led a bipartisan hearing with Senator Hassan (D-NH), Subcommittee Chair, to examine how advanced technologies—such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and bioengineering—may pose risks to national security.
Senator Romney released a message to Utahns about his Senate reelection plans.
Senators Romney, Cotton, Cassidy, Collins, Capito, and Vance introduced the Higher Wages for American Workers Act, legislation which would gradually raise the federal minimum wage to $11 and mandate E-Verify to ensure the wage increase only goes to legal workers. The bill would also index future minimum wage increases to inflation and includes a slower phase-in for small businesses.
Romney, Van Hollen Introduce Legislation to Create U.S.-ASEAN Center, Boost U.S. Ties with Southeast Asia
Senators Romney and Van Hollen (D-MD), Ranking Member and Chairman of the Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy respectively, introduced legislation to bolster the United States’ economic and cultural engagement with Southeast Asian countries. This bill enables the U.S. Department of State to establish a U.S.-ASEAN Center through a public-private partnership to focus on strengthening trade, investment, and people-to-people relationships between the U.S. and ASEAN countries.
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