Senator's views concerning a variety of issues.

Senator Hawley Video Statement on Acquittal Vote

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) released a video statement following the Senate’s final vote to acquit President Donald Trump. Before the vote, Senator Hawley took to the Senate floor to voice his opposition to the articles of impeachment and to challenge the Senate to refocus on the issues important to Missouri and the rest of the country moving forward.

Senator Hawley to Bring St. Clair County Native as State of the Union Guest

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will bring Keith Marquis, a native of St. Clair County, Missouri, as his guest of honor to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address. Senator Hawley met Keith and the Marquis family in Collins, Missouri, at the first stop on his tour of economically distressed Missouri counties in August.

Senator Hawley Joins Bipartisan Resolution Commemorating 75th Anniversary of Liberation of Auschwitz by Allied Forces

“The world must never forget the millions of innocent lives lost during the Holocaust – the epitome of evil, and part of the darkest chapter in human history. I’m proud to stand with my colleagues in cosponsoring this resolution to remember Holocaust victims, honor its survivors, and commit to combatting the rising tide of anti-Semitism in America and around the world.”

Senator Hawley Statement on Navigable Waters Protection Rule

“I applaud the Trump administration for replacing the burdensome Waters of the United States rule with new guidelines that put Missourians – not big government – in control. The Navigable Waters Protection Rule gives farmers and ranchers more clarity and states more flexibility in determining how to best to manage their land and water, just as Congress intended with the Clean Water Act. It’s a straightforward approach to protecting our beautiful lakes and rivers without burying everyone in...

VIDEO RELEASE: Senator Hawley Discusses Impeachment Trial

Today, following opening remarks, Senator Hawley shared his initial reaction to the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump. Senator Hawley said the House impeachment managers alienated Senators by attacking their own jury and saying a vote against impeachment is a vote against the United States.

Senator Hawley Continues to Demand Answers from FEMA and Army Corps of Engineers as Flood Season Approaches

Today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley sent letters to the Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to ask what is being done to prepare for the upcoming flood season. In his letters, Senator Hawley asks for responses to a list of questions on a range of topics, including transparency in FEMA’s Individual Assistance program, the Corps’ preparations for existing levee breaches, and what plans are being made to improve flood control and disaster relief in the future.


Senator Hawley Statement on USMCA Passage

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) issued the following statement on the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement: "The USMCA is a welcome improvement over NAFTA. This deal will provide better market access for Missouri ag and has enforceable labor protections that will help level the playing field for American workers."