Hawley, Scott Bill to Crack Down on WHO’s Coronavirus Lies, Inaction

U.S. Senators Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and Rick Scott (R-Fla.) introduced the World Health Organization (WHO) Accountability Act to hold the WHO responsible for its role in assisting China’s cover up of the origins and early spread of the coronavirus. The WHO Accountability Act withholds U.S. taxpayer dollars from the WHO until the organization replaces its leadership, as of January 1, 2020, and accepts Taiwan as a member state. It also limits U.S. funding to the same or less than the top contributor...

Hawley Introduces Amendment to Transfer Federal Funds from Planned Parenthood to Adoption, Maternal Health Programs

"Instead of abusing obscure Senate rules and procedures to give handouts to their favored constituents, why don’t Democrats work across the aisle to help mothers and children in need? If Democrats are serious about unifying the country, then now is the time to drop divisive, partisan agendas and come together on an issue that all Americans can agree with."

Hawley Calls for Ban on Big Tech Mergers and Acquisitions

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced an amendment to Congress’s proposed budget resolution that would move to prohibit mergers and acquisitions by certain Big Tech companies. While the majority of American small businesses have struggled greatly during the coronavirus, Big Tech firms have surged ahead, posting record profits.

Hawley Moves to End Offshoring by Multinational Corporations

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced an amendment to Congress’s proposed budget resolution that aims to eliminate corporate tax loopholes that promote shipping jobs overseas. Senator Hawley said, "For years, Washington has turned a blind eye to the shuttering of factories and the offshoring of good jobs. We’ve lost over three million jobs to China alone since the beginning of this century. Since working people have been devastated by the Covid pandemic and the ruinous effects of economic...

Hawley Calls to Restrict Federal Funds from Schools Refusing to Reopen

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced an amendment to Congress’s proposed budget resolution that would restrict federal relief funds from schools that are refusing to reopen. Recent studies from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found schools operating in-person have seen negligible spread of the coronavirus yet many schools across the country refuse to reopen, to detriment of parents and children.

Hawley Requests Briefing From CVS, Walgreens Regarding Status of Missouri Vaccine Distribution

“I understand that a mass mobilization effort of this magnitude poses several challenges, some of which might be outside of your company’s control. However, it is critical that obstacles are communicated to the public, as well as to government officials who might be positioned to help work towards resolutions. A public-private partnership is exactly that—a partnership. In the spirit of this partnership, I request a briefing, in writing, from you and your staff regarding the administration of...

Hawley, Stefanik to Reintroduce Resolution to Investigate Origins of COVID-19, Hold CCP Accountable Amid Biden Decision to Rejoin WHO

"It has been one year since the first confirmed COVID-19 case in the U.S. and China continues to stonewall any credible investigation into the origins of this deadly pandemic. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization, which President Biden has praised, has shown itself to be, at best, incompetent and, at worst, a pawn of the Chinese Communist Party. We must redouble our efforts to understand how CCP negligence unleashed a global pandemic and hold them accountable."

Hawley Speaks on Continued Need for Direct Relief for Working 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.