"Today, we honor the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and his unyielding leadership in the fight for equality. Dr. King’s memory and faith inspire us to act justly, love deeply, and work tirelessly toward a better future for all Americans. I encourage all Missourians to join with me in celebrating Dr. King’s heroic legacy and in recommitting ourselves to the ideals that he fought for."
"President-elect Biden has just compared me and another Republican Senator to Nazis. You read that correctly. Think about that for a moment. Let it sink in. Because I raised questions in the format prescribed by the laws of the United States about the way elections were conducted in the state of Pennsylvania, just as Democrats did about other states in 2001, 2005, and 2017, he is calling me a Nazi. This is undignified, immature, and intemperate behavior from the President-elect. It is utterly...
"The death of Officer Brian Sicknick is a heartbreaking tragedy. Officer Sicknick and the brave men and women of the Capitol Police, and law enforcement from other services, put their lives on the line to defend our nation’s Capitol against lawless violence. These acts of violence were criminal. They must be condemned. And they must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We are forever indebted to the service of Officer Sicknick and his colleagues."
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he will object during the Electoral College certification process on January 6, 2021. Senator Hawley will object to highlight the failure of some states, including notably Pennsylvania, to follow their own election laws as well as the unprecedented interference of Big Tech monopolies in the election. He will call for Congress to launch a full investigation of potential fraud and election irregularities and enact election integrity measures.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he will not consent to a vote on the NDAA unless the Senate votes on $2,000 in direct assistance for working Americans.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley voted in favor of Covid relief legislation only because it contains direct assistance for working Americans. Senator Hawley said that the assistance was a fraction of what it should be but is desperately needed for millions of Americans.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) spoke on the Senate floor regarding proposed direct payments of $600 per person and $600 per child in Congress’s proposed Coivd relief package, which he called “hardly adequate.” Senator Hawley criticized plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on things like the World Health Organization and the Export-Import Bank before giving anything to working Americans.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he would demand an up-or-down vote tomorrow on his stand-alone legislation to provide direct relief to working Americans. Senator Hawley’s bill would provide a one-time payment of $1,200 to individuals, $2,400 to couples filing jointly, and $500 per child.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) delivered a speech on the Senate floor demanding that any Covid relief package Congress passes include immediate direct relief to working families. Senator Hawley highlighted stories from Missourians in need and said Congress should not leave Washington until direct assistance is on the way.
U.S. Senators Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced a bipartisan amendment to must-pass legislation to be considered by Congress providing immediate direct payments to working-class Americans. Like the CARES Act, which passed Congress unanimously and was signed into law by President Trump, the amendment would provide a $1,200 direct payment for all adults and $500 per child.