Dilan Maxfield


Grief overwhelms the soul.

Senator Romney joined state, federal, and Navajo leaders in Monument Valley for the signing of an agreement to bring running water to Utah’s Navajo Nation–legislation the Senator helped pass in 2020 and fully funded within the bipartisan infrastructure bill. He ended his week curling with the Ukrainian National Curling Team at the Utah Olympic Oval and attending the International Federation of Sport Climbing World Cup in downtown Salt Lake.

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It’s in our best interest for Ukraine to defeat Russia.

Senator Romney continued to press the Administration to take immediate steps to remedy the baby formula crisis. He also remained a strong advocate for sending additional military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine to help them combat the brutal Russian invasion, ending the week by helping pass a $40 billion Ukraine funding bill.

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The baby formula shortage is a national crisis.

Senator Romney took the FDA and USDA to task for the agencies’ complete inaction on addressing the baby formula crisis—sending a letter to the Administration urging them to take immediate action to address the formula shortage and implement steps to prevent future threats to infant health.

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The Administration is failing to secure our border.

Senator Romney pressed Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas about the Administration’s failures during a committee hearing this week and urged them to reconsider their policies. The Senator also continued to advocate for getting our country’s fiscal house in order and met with several groups of Utahns in Washington.

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President Biden’s actions have worsened inflation.

With inflation reaching 8.5% nationally and 10.4% in Utah, many Americans are having a hard time making ends meet. Senator Romney started the week by writing an opinion in the Wall Street Journal that urged President Biden to shift his focus from progressive wish-list projects to serious issues facing Americans, like tackling historic inflation.

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