Bills Cosponsored by Joshua Hawley (R-Mo.)

Sen. Hawley has cosponsored 31 bills in the 116th Congress (2019-20). See other congresses:

Cosponsor Date Title Sponsor Latest Action
April 11 S.RES.166: A resolution expressing support for the designation of May 1, 2019, as "Silver Star Service Banner Day". Roy Blunt
(R-Mo.)
On the floor of the Senate
April 10 S.1103: A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to establish a skills-based immigration points system, to focus on family-sponsored immigration on spouses and minor children, to eliminate the Diversity Visa Program, to set a limit on the number of ref Tom Cotton
(R-Ark.)
Referred to committee
April 4 S.1043: Working Families Flexibility Act of 2019 Mike Lee
(R-Utah)
Referred to committee
April 4 S.1035: Dismemberment Abortion Ban Act of 2019 Mike Rounds
(R-S.D.)
Referred to committee
April 3 S.1025: A bill to provide humanitarian relief to the Venezuelan people and Venezuelan migrants, to advance a constitutional and democratic solution to Venezuela's political crisis, to address Venezuela's economic reconstruction, to combat public corruption, narco Robert Menendez
(D-N.J.)
Referred to committee
April 3 S.659: Biologic Patent Transparency Act Susan Collins
(R-Me.)
Referred to committee
April 1 S.977: Transparent Drug Pricing Act of 2019 Rick Scott
(R-Fla.)
Referred to committee
March 27 S.772: SBA Cyber Awareness Act Marco Rubio
(R-Fla.)
Placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar
March 27 S.771: Small Business Cyber Training Act of 2019 Marco Rubio
(R-Fla.)
Placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar
March 27 S.862: Rebuilding Small Businesses After Disasters Act John Kennedy
(R-La.)
Placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar
March 27 S.909: Separation of Powers Restoration Act Ben Sasse
(R-Neb.)
Referred to committee
March 14 S.RES.118: A resolution recognizing the importance of paying tribute to those individuals who have faithfully served and retired from the Armed Forces of the United States, designating April 18, 2019, as "Military Retiree Appreciation Day", and encouraging the peopl Elizabeth Warren
(D-Mass.)
Discharged From Committee
March 14 S.820: Debbie Smith Act of 2019 John Cornyn
(R-Tex.)
Referred to committee
March 13 S.632: LIFT for Charities Act James Lankford
(R-Okla.)
Referred to committee
March 12 S.748: A bill to amend the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 to strengthen protections relating to the online collection, use, and disclosure of personal information of children and minors, and for other purposes. Edward J. Markey
(D-Mass.)
Referred to committee
March 4 S.567: A bill clarifying that it is United States policy to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Ted Cruz
(R-Tex.)
Referred to committee
Feb. 28 S.362: Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2019 Ron Wyden
(D-Ore.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 31 S.311: Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Ben Sasse
(R-Neb.)
Voted on in the Senate
Jan. 30 S.278: CBO Show Your Work Act Mike Lee
(R-Utah)
Referred to committee
Jan. 30 S.274: Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act of 2019 Michael B. Enzi
(R-Wyo.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 29 S.160: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Lindsey Graham
(R-S.C.)
In committee
Jan. 24 S.69: Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2019 John Cornyn
(R-Tex.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 17 S.RES.20: A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that the Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance policy should be permanently established. Mike Lee
(R-Utah)
Referred to committee
Jan. 17 S.190: Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance Act of 2019 Mike Lee
(R-Utah)
Referred to committee
Jan. 16 S.141: Protect Funding for Women's Health Care Act Joni Ernst
(R-Iowa)
Referred to committee
Jan. 15 S.130: Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Ben Sasse
(R-Neb.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 15 S.119: Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act Marco Rubio
(R-Fla.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 15 S.113: Shutdown Fairness Act Ron Johnson
(R-Wis.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 11 S.105: Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act Marsha Blackburn
(R-Tenn.)
Referred to committee
Jan. 11 S.109: No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2019 Roger Wicker
(R-Miss.)
Voted on in the Senate
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