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March 2021
On Senate Floor, Portman Urges Colleagues to Support Upcoming Bipartisan Legislation to Stop Theft of U.S. Taxpayer-Funded Research & Intellectual Property by Global Competitors
Portman, Peters Bill to Improve Transparency of Federal Spending Advances in Senate
Portman, Hassan, Comer, Maloney Introduce Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation to Improve Transparency of Federal Advisory Committees
Top Senate Republicans Demand Justification for Ongoing Extreme Security Measures at U.S. Capitol
On Senate Floor, Portman Calls on Biden Administration to Address Unaccompanied Children Surge Crisis at Southern Border
Portman, Murphy, Graham, Brown, Stabenow Introduce “Buy American” Bill to Improve Transparency & Support U.S. Manufacturing Jobs
Portman Statement on February 2021 CBP Operational Data Showing Surge of Unaccompanied Children
Portman, Klobuchar Announce Full Implementation of Bipartisan STOP Act to Stop Influx of Synthetic Opioids & Fentanyl in United States
At HSGAC Hearing, Portman Secures Commitment from OMB Nominees to Support Safeguarding American Innovation Act & FAST-41 Sunset Removal
Portman, Peters, Grassley Reintroduce Bipartisan Bill to Bolster Protections for Inspectors General
Portman Delivers Opening Remarks at HSGAC Hearing on Office of Management & Budget Nominations
Portman, Rubio, Cotton, Hagerty Introduce Foreign Influence Transparency Act
Portman Presses Federal Witnesses on Restrictions on D.C. National Guard Commanding General’s Authority to Deploy on January 6
At Joint HSGAC & Rules Oversight Hearing on January 6 Capitol Breach, Portman Delivers Opening Remarks on the Need to Address Delayed National Guard Response Time & Intelligence Failures
At HSGAC Hearing, Director of GAO Agrees with Portman’s Call for Greater Accountability of Federal Agencies to Address Drug Abuse Epidemic, Workforce Skills Gap & Cybersecurity Attacks
At HSGAC Hearing, Portman Delivers Opening Remarks Highlighting GAO 2021 High-Risk Report’s Focus on Drug Misuse & Abuse, Cybersecurity & Improving Federal Oversight
Bicameral, Bipartisan Committee Leaders Respond to GAO’s 2021 High-Risk Report
Portman Announces $2.4 Million in Federal Security Resources for Faith-Based & Nonprofit Institutions Across Ohio
February 2021
Do Not Repeat Past Mistakes: Portman, Risch, Inhofe, Rubio, Toomey Send Letter to President Biden Underscoring Republican Consensus on Iran Policy
Portman, Carper Applaud Treasury Department’s Sanctions Targeting Leaders of Burmese Military Coup and Urge Biden Administration to Heed Bipartisan Recommendations Regarding Future Penalties
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