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Hawley to Introduce Resolution Congratulating Kansas City Chiefs on Back-to-Back Super Bowl Wins

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will introduce a resolution congratulating the Kansas City Chiefs on their Super Bowl victory. The resolution – cosponsored by U.S. Senator Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.) – honors the team, the dedicated fans, the Chiefs dynasty, and the Kansas City community.

“Congratulations to Andy Reid, all the players, and Chiefs Kingdom on their Super Bowl victory. These guys played an extraordinary game. They’ve brought Kansas City a dynasty,” said Senator Hawley.

“I couldn’t be...

Hawley Urges Oscars to Recognize American Victims of Nuclear Testing, as "Oppenheimer" Film Reaps Honors

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to the Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences urging them to recognize American victims of nuclear testing as they prepare for the 2024 Academy Awards. Senator Hawley's letter comes as the Academy announced the 2023 summer blockbuster "Oppenheimer"—which chronicles the Manhattan Project's nuclear testing—is the leading film, receiving 13 award nominations.

"As you continue preparations for the ceremony on March 10, I write to...

2023 RECAP: Hawley Delivers Legislative and Casework Wins for Missourians

In 2023, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) continued to advance the priorities of Missourians in the Senate, while standing up to the Biden-Schumer agenda. As a voice for Missouri, Senator Hawley acts on his constituents' needs and delivers on casework wins.

2023 Quick Facts

  • 184 bills, resolutions, and amendments cosponsored
  • 32 pieces of legislation introduced 
  • 1 bill signed into law by President Biden: the COVID-19 Origin Act of 2023 requiring the Biden administration to declassify...

Hawley, Vance, Brown, and Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Improve Rail Safety

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) joined Senators JD Vance (R-Ohio), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Bob Casey (D-Pa.), and John Fetterman (D-Pa.) to introduce new legislation to improve the safety of the nation’s rail system following the train derailment that devastated the community in East Palestine, Ohio. The Railway Safety Act of 2023 would improve rail safety protocols, establish new safety requirements for trains carrying hazardous materials, mitigate derailment risk with...

Senator Hawley to Introduce Resolution Recognizing Kansas City Chiefs as Super Bowl Champions

Today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will introduce a resolution congratulating the Kansas City Chiefs on their Super Bowl victory. The resolution – cosponsored by U.S. Senator Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.) – honors the team, the dedicated fans, and the Kansas City community.

"The Chiefs had a remarkable season, finishing strong with a hard-fought and well-deserved Super Bowl win. The Kansas City community could not be more proud of this team's accomplishments, and we look forward to their continued...

Hawley Reintroduces Bill to Protect Kids, Toughen Sentences for Child Porn Offenders

Today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) reintroduced the Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Children Today (PROTECT) Act, a bill that both toughens the sentence for possessing child pornography and stops judges from sentencing offenders below the federal guidelines.

The epidemic of child pornography in the United States has exploded. Just over a decade ago, the number of images of child sexual abuse material online was less than 1 million. That number grew to 45...

Hawley Welcomes Schmitt to U.S. Senate

Today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) welcomed newly sworn in Senator Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.) to the 118th Congress. 

"Congratulations to Eric Schmitt on his swearing-in today. He’s going to be a terrific Senator. I can’t wait to serve with him in the new Congress and fight for the people of Missouri," said Senator Hawley.

Hawley Op-Ed: The GOP is dead. A new GOP must listen to working people.

By U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) | Nov. 18, 2022 | Washington Post

The old Republican Party is dead. It has been wasting away for years now, and this month’s midterm results are the finishing blow. If Republicans learn nothing else from this election, they must learn that much. 

As frustrating as the election outcomes are, the death of the old GOP is no reasonto mourn. It just means that it’s time for Republicans to forge something new — a party that truly represents the cultural backbone of...