U.S. Senator Romney joined Senator Blackburn (R-TN), Leader McConnell (R-KY), and 40 of his Republican colleagues in filing an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States on Friday, supporting respondents in the dual Supreme Court cases challenging Biden’s student-loan debt relief program, Biden v. Nebraska and Department of Education v. Brown.
Senator Romney joined his colleagues in introducing a resolution of disapproval challenging President Biden’s ESG rule, which politicizes millions of Americans’ retirement investments to favor Biden’s ideological preferences rather than getting the best returns for Americans.
Senator Romney joined KUTV for a wide-ranging interview on the debt ceiling, his TRUST Act, and his priorities for the 118th Congress.
As 2023 begins, Senator Mitt Romney released a report detailing the policy and constituent services highlights from the past year.
Romney Joins Republican Colleagues in Urging Department of Labor to Protect Independent Contractor Classification
Senator Romney joined a bicameral letter urging the Department of Labor not to move forward with its proposed rule for determining independent contractor classification due to the negative impact on workers and business, the test’s lack of clarity and the devastating consequences for the U.S. economy.
Senators Romney and Sullivan today introduced the Critical Mineral Independence Act of 2022, legislation to help ensure that the U.S. secures critical mineral independence from China.
Senator Romney released a statement regarding his measure to create a report on the geographical diversity of the United States’ passport agencies. In a letter to Secretary Blinken, Romney previously urged the State Department to improve their passport services by opening a passport agency in Salt Lake City.
Romney Joins Collins and Portman in Urging Commerce Department to Implement Broadband Expansion as Congress Intended
Senator Romney joined Senators Collins and Portman in sending a letter to Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, calling on the department to follow congressional intent in implementing the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program that was created through the bipartisan infrastructure law negotiated by Senator Romney and his colleagues.
Senator Romney released the following statement after the Senate Democrats’ unilaterally passed the Inflation Reduction Act—yet another reckless taxing-and-spending spree being touted as “anti-inflation” legislation.
Senator Romney made the following comments about Washington Democrats’ latest reconciliation package—the so-called Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
At the American Enterprise Institute, Senator Romney outlined his vision for how public policy can best support American families. He then sat down with AEI President Robert Doar to discuss his recently proposed Family Security Act 2.0, which aims to reform existing, complex federal programs into one straightforward pro-family, pro-life, and pro-work benefit.