Jul 28 2015
The Republican-led Senate is working on the first bipartisan multi-year highway bill since 2009, which would provide necessary stability for major infrastructure projects like highways. Republican senators have also begun congressional review of the Iran deal, with more questions arising from the latest hearing featuring Secretary of State John Kerry.
Jul 21 2015
The administration attempted to bypass the elected voice of the American people by taking the Iran deal to the United Nations Security Council before allowing a full congressional review. There is bipartisan concern that this deal will not keep Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
Jul 14 2015
The Republican-led Senate is working to ensure America's future by taking up legislation to address the challenges facing our nation. Legislation the Senate has taken up in 2015 includes bipartisan, common-sense education reform that returns power to states, local school boards, and parents, and the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, which gives Congress and the American people a voice on the nuclear deal with Iran.
Jul 08 2015
Senate Republicans work to hold the administration accountable as talks with Iran over its nuclear program continue.
Jun 25 2015
Senate Republicans continue to lead the charge to secure the vital resources that our troops, veterans, wounded warriors, and service members need. Bipartisan passage of the National Defense Authorization Act is being threatened with a veto from the president and support for the defense appropriations it authorizes were filibustered by Senate Democrats.
Jun 16 2015
Jun 09 2015
Jun 02 2015
Republican senators discuss trade and national security.
May 13 2015
The Senate continues the push for trade promotion authority, which will help the U.S. secure favorable trade deals that will break down barriers facing U.S. products and services.
May 05 2015
Senate Republicans continue to lead bipartisan efforts to make sure that Iran is held accountable and that American products face fewer barriers around the globe.