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
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.
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
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
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