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Mitt Romney Report 2024

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Summary

This page provides current news about Mitt Romney. On 22 May 2024, Romney shared comments on what he calls Utah’s worst drought since the 1500s. This and other news is below.

News

Utah Workforce Model (12 Jun 2024)

“Utah’s workforce model is lifting scores of people out of poverty.” — Utah is a leader in lifting people out of poverty and into the workforce—in large part due to our model of consolidating workforce development and social safety net programs into a single state entity. During today’s HELP Committee hearing, I highlighted my legislation that would allow other states to implement Utah’s model to better help individuals build self-reliance and find meaningful work. [Source]

Johns Hopkins University (23 May 2024)

“Mitt Romney, Johns Hopkins University’s 2024 Commencement Speaker” — Johns Hopkins University-wide Commencement Ceremony [Source]

Romney YouTube Channel (22 May 2024)

“Utah’s drought is still the worst it’s been since the 1500s” — Senator Romney raised the need to address ongoing drought conditions in Utah and the Intermountain West during a Budget Committee hearing titled, “Droughts, Dollars, and Decisions: Water Scarcity in a Changing Climate.” [Source]

MSNBC (15 May 2024)

“‘I’d have pardoned Trump’: Trump foe Romney makes revelation” — Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) sits down with Stephanie for an exclusive Keynote interview to share his thoughts on the spectacle of Congressional Republicans parading outside Trump’s criminal trial, the future of the Republican party, and reflects on his final year in the United States Senate. [Source]

CNN (29 Feb 2024)

“America is better off when we defend the cause of freedom around the world.” — Senator Romney yesterday joined CNN’s The Source with Kaitlan Collins to warn that walking away from Ukraine would threaten our own security and jeopardize the United States’ role as leader of the free world. Vladimir Putin will not stop at Ukraine—and the invasion of a NATO nation will pull the U.S. into conflict. Furthermore, failure to stand united with our friends and allies would give an opening to authoritarian states like China to emerge as the dominant power—threatening freedom and global stability. [Source]

By Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson is a freelance writer and tech consultant in Iowa City. He is also the founder and Director of the ResourcesForLife.com website. Learn more at AboutGregJohnson.com