Senator's views concerning a variety of issues.

Senator Hawley Calls for Garland Resignation Following NSBA Memo

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) called for Attorney General Merrick Garland's resignation following a memo from the National School Board Association revealing that the Biden Administration's plan to intimidate parents with the FBI was premised on misinformation.

Senator Hawley Surpasses 550 Local News Interviews

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he has surpassed more than 550 one-on-one interviews with Missouri reporters since taking office in January 2019. Each week while the Senate is in session, Senator Hawley connects with local reporters from all across the state individually to discuss what is important in their communities and his efforts to represent Missouri’s priorities in Washington.

Senator Hawley, Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Stabilize USPS and Promote Long-Term Sustainable Service

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) joined Senators Gary Peters (D-Mich.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio), and 17 other colleagues to introduce bipartisan legislation to set the United States Postal Service on a more sustainable financial footing and support the goal of providing long-term reliable service across the country. The bill strengthens transparency and accountability for Postal Service performance, eliminates unnecessary financial burdens, and helps ensure the Postal Service can better serve the...

Senator Hawley Calls for Federal Agencies to Return to Work and Resume Full Duties

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) calling for federal agencies to resume in-person operations at field offices and get back to the work of serving the American people. The letter comes after reports from Missourians that certain agencies have been nonresponsive or have continued to defer basic services, despite tens of millions of Americans having been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Many of...

Former St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn Receives Congressional Medal of Honor Citizen Honors Award

The Congressional Medal of Honor Society announced retired St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn would be posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor Citizen Honors Award for his courage when he was mortally wounded while saving his friend’s business from looters during the riots in St. Louis last June. U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) nominated him for this award. The Congressional Medal of Honor Citizen Honors Award is given to outstanding Americans who have gone above and beyond to...

Sen. Hawley Statement on Sen. Blunt Retirement

"Roy Blunt has been a Missouri institution. A consummate legislator, Roy has worked tirelessly for the state he loves and has served Missourians with distinction. He and Abby have been true friends to Erin and me and our family. We wish them the very best."

Hawley, Members of Missouri Delegation Ask for Review of Natural Gas Supply

​​​​​​​“Due to the surge in energy demand across the state, residents have been experiencing electricity outages, rolling blackouts, and controlled service interruptions during an incredibly precarious time as temperatures continue to drop,” the lawmakers write. “We respectfully request FERC to expeditiously review the circumstances of this situation as it relates to natural gas supplies, the rates of interstate transmission of natural gas, and take the necessary steps needed to address this...

Hawley Statement on Passing of Rush Limbaugh

“A proud son of Missouri, Rush Limbaugh was a voice for the voiceless. He changed talk radio, but more importantly, Rush changed the conversation to speak up for the forgotten, and challenge the establishment. He lived the First Amendment and told hard truths that made the elite uncomfortable, but made sure working men and women had a seat at the table. Erin and I are praying for the Limbaugh family."