Senator Romney continued his longstanding effort to bring a passport agency to Salt Lake City by welcoming Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs Rena Bitter, and representatives from the U.S. Department of State, to Utah. Throughout the week, the State Department, in coordination with the Utah Congressional Delegation, hosted five “passport fairs” throughout the state to provide Utahns with an opportunity to obtain passport services closer to home.
Senator Romney cosponsored the Kids Online Safety Act, bipartisan legislation to provide young people and parents with the tools, safeguards, and transparency they need to protect against online harm to minors. The bill requires social media platforms to put the well-being of children first by providing an environment that is safe by default.
Romney: “If your position is being cheered by Vladimir Putin, it’s time to reconsider your position.”
Senator Romney spoke on the Senate floor to urge his colleagues to support sending additional aid to Ukraine, warning of the dire consequences that failing to do so would bring. He argued we cannot stand back and let Putin have his way with Europe—that sending weapons to Ukraine will help discourage further Russian and Chinese invasions, preserve NATO, allow America to remain the leader of the free world, and show that we honor our word to our friends and allies.
Senators Romney and Braun (R-IN) reintroduced the Budgeting for Disasters Act, legislation which would require Congress to better prepare for natural emergencies by making future disaster funding fall within statutory budget limits.
Romney, Colleagues Introduce Bill to Protect Communities’ Water Resources After Wildfires in National Forests
Senator Romney joined his colleagues in introducing the Watershed Protection and Forest Recovery Act, bipartisan legislation to help communities and water users protect their water supply after natural disasters on U.S. Forest Service lands.
Senator Romney joined his colleagues, led by Senators Cramer (R-ND), Capito (R-WV), and Manchin (D-WV), in introducing a bicameral, bipartisan Congressional Review Act Joint Resolution of Disapproval to nullify the Federal Highway Administration’s greenhouse gas emissions performance rule and illustrate Congress’ objection to this federal overreach.
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