Senator Romney joined U.S. Interior Secretary Haaland, Utah Governor Cox, Utah Lt. Governor Henderson, and Navajo Nation President Nez for the signing of the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Agreement.
Senator Romney introduced Meg Whitman, nominee to be U.S. Ambassador to Kenya, at her nomination hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Senator Romney joined his colleagues in a letter to President Biden urging him to expedite the Executive Branch’s process to advance Sweden and Finland’s applications for NATO membership and pledging to work with the Administration to ensure swift ratification of the Washington Treaty.
Romney and Markey Call on China to Provide Unfettered and Unsupervised Access for Top UN Human Rights Official in Visit to Country
Senators express concern that the Chinese Government will deny United Nations team access to people and places in Xinjiang Province to prevent release of additional evidence of crimes against humanity and of genocide.
Senator Romney and his colleagues sent a letter to the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security expressing opposition to the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Disinformation Governance Board and urging that any funding for such board be prohibited in the FY 2023 appropriations bill.
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.
Romney Joins Burr, Colleagues in Submitting Comment to Biden Labor Department Opposing Misleading Efforts to Rewrite Davis-Bacon
Senator Romney joined colleagues in submitting comment to the U.S. Department of Labor opposing the Administration’s proposal to make substantial, misguided, and burdensome changes to the wage regulations issued under the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA).
Senator Romney released the following video message regarding legislation being considered by Congress to send $40 billion in emergency aid to Ukraine:
Senator Romney led his colleagues in introducing the Student Loan Accountability Act, legislation to prohibit the Biden Administration from cancelling student loan debt at the expense of millions of Americans who chose to not go to college or worked diligently to pay off any student debt.
The U.S. Senate unanimously adopted a resolution marking National Police Week and reiterating support for the men and women in law enforcement.
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.