The U.S. Senate unanimously adopted a resolution marking National Police Week and reiterating support for the men and women in law enforcement.
Romney Joins Colleagues in Demanding NEPA Review of Biden Administration’s Undefined 30×30 Initiative
Senator Romney joined colleagues in sending a letter to White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Chair Brenda Mallory demanding they adhere to the National Environmental Policy Act requirements and undergo the proper analysis and public comment period for the Biden Administration’s goal of conserving at least 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030.
Senator Romney joined Sen. Lee and Rep. Curtis in a joint statement regarding the President’s recent public appearance in which he misrepresented expansion of the Bears Ears National Monument support in Utah.
Senator Romney urges U.S. FDA Commissioner Califf and USDA Secretary Vilsack to address the current shortage of baby formula and work to prevent future threats to infant health.
Romney, Menendez, Risch, Markey Introduce Senate Resolution in Support of Upcoming U.S.-ASEAN Special Summit
Senator Romney and Foreign Relations colleagues introduced a new Senate Resolution ahead of the U.S.-ASEAN Special Summit next week to welcome the Association of South East Asian Nations and to urge continued cooperation to advance mutual interests.
The Senate unanimously passed a resolution introduced by Senators Romney and Lee honoring the late Sen. Orrin Hatch who died on April 23.
Senator Romney urges the Biden Administration to complete the border wall and keep the “Remain in Mexico” policy and Title 42 in place.
Romney, Colleagues Request Information from SBA Administrator Guzman on Illegal PPP Loans Given to Planned Parenthood Affiliates
Senator Romney and Republican members of HSGAC requested information from U.S. Small Business Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman regarding illegally obtained Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans received by Planned Parenthood affiliates across the U.S.
Romney, Hickenlooper, Barrasso Introduce Bill to More Accurately Measure Student Success at Community Colleges
Senators Romney, Hickenlooper, and Barrasso introduced the Graduation Reporting for Accuracy and Decision-Making (GRAD) Act, bipartisan legislation that would improve transparency and inform the decision-making of prospective students by ensuring the reporting of graduation rates accurately reflect the success of community colleges.
In a speech on the Senate floor, U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) honored the life and legacy of Senator Orrin Hatch.
During a Foreign Relations Committee hearing reviewing the State Department’s budget, Senator Romney pressed Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Russia’s war in Ukraine, the rising threat of China, and the state of Iran nuclear deal negotiations.
Climate Solutions Caucus celebrates Earth Day, endorses bipartisan climate legislation