We looked inside some of the tweets by @SenatorRomney and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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I'll reserve judgment on any potential executive action by the President until I'm able to fully evaluate it, but as I’ve said, I don't believe declaring a national emergency is the right approach. I'd also expect the President to stay within statutory and constitutional limits.
While today's funding bill is far from perfect, it includes critical funding for border security and immigration enforcement, and prevents another harmful government shutdown. I am glad the Senate was able to conclude this unfinished business from last year.
#OTD 149 years ago, Seraph Young became the first woman to vote in the United States—just two days after the Utah Territory passed its suffrage laws. 25 Utah women voted that day, nearly four decades before passage of the 19th Amendment. #utpol
Addie from West Jordan visited the office to advocate for her unified soccer team, which brought home the gold at the 2018 @SpecialOlympics USA Games. Enjoyed hearing about your experience and learning more about unified sports. Thanks for stopping by the office!
At our first @SmallBizCmte hearing today, I had the opportunity to thank @SBALinda for the work @SBAgov does to help Utah's small businesses, particularly those in the rural parts of our state. I look forward to working together to continue these efforts.
The #LandsPackage2019 is the culmination of years of collaboration and cooperation between Utah county commissioners and local groups, ensuring provisions were locally-driven instead of dictated by Washington bureaucrats. This legislation is good for Utah.
Under the previous administration, @Energy stalled in removing 16 million tons of uranium tailings from Utah’s Colorado River Banks. Met with representatives of the Grand County and Moab City Councils to pledge my support for continued funding for the Moab UMTRA Project.
TUNE IN at 10:00 AM ET for the Senate health committee’s hearing on how we can better understand the causes of pain, improve care for patients with pain, and where we are on developing new medicines and ways to treat pain. Watch here: https://www.help.senate.gov/hearings/managing-pain-during-the-opioid-crisis …
My thanks to @RepRobBishop, @RepJohnCurtis, Senator @MittRomney, and @RepChrisStewart for helping advance a public lands bill that will bring over $100 million to Utah’s students. Excited to see it pass the Senate today.
Fun fact: 149 years ago today Utah’s all-male territorial legislature UNANIMOUSLY voted for women’s suffrage. #respect
While the Senate voted not to include @SenMikeLee’s and my Antiquities amendment in the lands bill, we'll keep working to prevent excessive land grabs by Washington bureaucrats and ensure local involvement in decisions made regarding Utah’s public lands.
.@MittRomney: "Utah is, and will always be, a public lands state. As such, we must look for more public lands solutions that come from the bottom up and not the top down."
Decisions made regarding Utah’s public lands should be made by those who call rural Utah home. The bipartisan public lands package includes 10 locally-driven bills that were crafted to balance the needs of Utahns with conservation of our cherished lands.
Welcomed Navajo Nation President @NNPrezNez and other Nation leaders to the office this week. I look forward to working with you all on issues that affect Utah’s Navajo communities.
This week, I met with members of the Garfield, Kane, and Iron County Drug Prevention coalitions to learn about their work to provide youths and families the tools needed to make good choices regarding drugs and other substances. An impressive group of students.
Had the opportunity to sample Utah’s Best Tasting Water for 2018 while meeting with the @UtahRuralWater Association to discuss water issues within our state. Utah’s water is mighty fine!
Today, we had the privilege of honoring Utah’s fallen soldiers on the Senate floor to give thanks for the service they and their families have given to this country. The entire Senate body stood and observed a moment of silence to commemorate the soldiers. #utpol #utleg #thankyou
Governor Gary Herbert recognizes four families of fallen service members today in the Gold Room at the Utah State Capitol Capitol. (Photo: Maj. Brent Taylor family) @ Utah State Capitol https://www.instagram.com/p/BtoWU49HMnF/?utm_source=ig_twitter_share&igshid=1hyj1ytmet0zy …
William Barr is exceptionally qualified to serve as Attorney General. He'll provide strong leadership, respect and defend the rule of law, and maintain the @TheJusticeDept’s independence. Read more about why I will be voting in support of his nomination → https://www.romney.senate.gov/senator-romney-announces-support-william-barr …
Joined my fellow Utahns this afternoon to honor the life of former North Ogden mayor Major Brent Taylor, and the sacrifices of his family. Proud the Senate passed a resolution this week to rename the North Ogden @DeptVetAffairs Outstation in his name.