Senator Romney released the following statement regarding the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.
Romney Family Security Act 2.0: “One of the most important efforts to support the family in nearly thirty years”
Policy leaders and writers have expressed support for the Family Security Act 2.0 proposed by Senators Romney, Burr, and Daines last week.
Senator Romney and Utah leaders today applauded the signing of land conveyances in Goblin Valley State Park. These public land conveyances from the Bureau of Land Management, authorized by the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act, will expand the recreation area at Goblin Valley State Park, provide a site for a new Emery County Sheriff’s Office Substation, and improve space for historical exhibits at the Buckhorn Information Center.
Senator Romney joined Senators Padilla and Feinstein in introducing the LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games Commemorative Coin Act, legislation which will direct the Treasury Department to mint and issue four types of coins in commemoration of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles, California.
During an exchange at a HELP Committee hearing, Senator Romney highlighted how the Administration has failed to be transparent with Congress regarding how it has spent COVID funds—arguing that the Administration claimed to not have the funds to purchase monoclonal antibody treatments, antivirals, and other preventative treatments when it actually did.
Senators Romney, Burr, and Daines announced the Family Security Act 2.0, an updated version of Romney’s Family Security Act to create a new national commitment to American families.
Senator Romney joined his colleagues in requesting a hearing with Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas regarding his misleading testimony before the Committee on May 4 on the Department of Homeland Security Disinformation Governance Board.
Romney Offers Measures to Health Bill to Prevent Future Formula Crisis, Support Dietary Supplements Industry, and Lower Drug Prices
Senator Romney offered several amendments to the FDASLA Act—legislation to be considered by the HELP Committee tomorrow—which will prevent a future infant formula crisis, support the dietary supplements industry in Utah, and advance more options to lower drug prices.
Senator Romney’s TRUST Act was front and center at a Budget Committee hearing as a viable, bipartisan solution to saving Social Security. Romney’s bipartisan and bicameral legislation creates a process to rescue the Social Security Trust Fund and other endangered federal trust funds—while reining in the national debt.
Senators Romney and Rosen announced that they have introduced the Advancing Affordable Medicines for Families Act, bipartisan legislation which would direct the Government Accountability Office to conduct a report on the impact that nonprofit generic drug companies would have on lowering drug costs, addressing drug shortages, and accelerating the development of new drugs.