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.
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.
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.
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.
Romney Attends Navajo Utah Water Settlement Signing, Curls with Ukrainian Curlers and Attends Rock Climbing World Cup
While home in Utah during the Senate state work period, Senator Romney joined the signing of the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Agreement in Monument Valley. Later in the day, he curled with the Ukrainian National Curling Team at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns and attended the IFSC World Cup in Salt Lake City.
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.
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).