As 2023 begins, Senator Mitt Romney released a report detailing the policy and constituent services highlights from the past year.
Senator Romney released a statement following the disbanding of the National Parents and Families Engagement Council and its far-left, anti-school choice agenda.
By a vote of 65-33, the Senate passed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act—legislation to bolster public safety and prevent tragedies before they occur, including through substantial investments in mental health, school safety, and state-led crisis intervention programs. U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) was part of a bipartisan group of 20 members to sign on to the proposal on June 12.
Senator Romney released the following statement regarding the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.
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.
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 letter to Secretary Becerra, Senator Romney joined his colleagues in condemning the HHS’ recent reversal of protections for faith-based adoption and foster care agencies.
U.S. Senators Mitt Romney (R-UT) and Mike Lee (R-UT) congratulated high school seniors, Arundhati Oommen and Neve Rauscher of Salt Lake City, for their selection to represent Utah in the sixtieth annual United States Senate Youth Program Washington Week in March 2022.
I could never have predicted what we experienced in 2021. COVID-19 came and went, and came again. Vaccines were both praised and decried. We left