ICYMI: Sen. Mark Kelly and Bipartisan Senate Group Talk COVID-19 Relief with White House

In case you missed it, over the weekend, United States Senator Mark Kelly participated in a virtual call with a bipartisan group of 16 U.S. Senators, the White House’s head of the National Economic Council, and other Biden administration officials, to discuss the COVID-19 response and future relief efforts to tackle this pandemic. Following this weekend’s meeting, Sen. Kelly offered

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Sinema, Kelly Announce Over $12 Million in Workforce Training Grants for Arizona

Arizona Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly announced over $12 million in Department of Labor H-1B One Workforce Grants to prepare hardworking Arizonans for the jobs of the future. The Department of Labor awarded Pima County $4,000,000 and the Arizona Board of Regents, on behalf of ASU, $8,029,594 to help train Arizona workers for jobs in cybersecurity, manufacturing, and transportation.

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Statement: Senator Kelly on Bipartisan COVID-19 Relief Meeting with White House

Today, Senator Kelly participated in a meeting of Republican and Democratic Senators with the White House to discuss COVID-19 relief. Senator Kelly released the following statement: “In order to tackle this crisis we’re going to need to work together, Republicans and Democrats, to find common ground. This was a productive conversation and an important one to ensure that we get

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STATEMENT: U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly Will Vote to Confirm Lloyd Austin to Lead Department of Defense

Today, United States Senator and retired Navy Captain Mark Kelly offered the following statement about his decision to grant a congressional waiver to move Gen. Lloyd Austin’s nomination forward and his vote to confirm Austin as the next Secretary of Defense: “Civilian control over the military is a fundamental principle of our country, which is why waivers such as this

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ICYMI: Senator Kelly Visits Border, ICU, Meets with Mayors and Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

In case you missed it, Senator Mark Kelly spent his first state work period with a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border in Douglas, Arizona, putting a focus on issues facing Arizonans along the US-Mexico border, ranging from COVID-19 to border security and Arizona’s economy. He also continued the focus on Arizona’s COVID-19 recovery, meeting with Arizona mayors, hospital staff, and

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