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S.587 A bill to promote economic partnership and cooperation between the United States and Mexico.
S.Res.81 A resolution calling for accountability and justice for the assassination of Boris Nemtsov.
S.567 A bill clarifying that it is United States policy to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
S.Con.Res.1 A concurrent resolution calling for credible, transparent, and safe elections in Nigeria, and for other purposes.
S.Res.74 A resolution marking the fifth anniversary of Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity by honoring the bravery, determination, and sacrifice of the people of Ukraine during and since the Revolution, and condemning continued Russian aggression against Ukraine.
S.Res.73 A resolution calling on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to immediately release Saudi Women's Rights activists and respect the fundamental rights of all Saudi citizens.
H.J.Res.37 Directing the removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress.
S.Res.73 A resolution calling on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to immediately release Saudi Women's Rights activists and respect the fundamental rights of all Saudi citizens.
S.482 Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act of 2019
S.480 Countering the Chinese Government and Communist Party's Political Influence Operations Act
S.480 Countering the Chinese Government and Communist Party's Political Influence Operations Act
S.459 Stopping the Traffic in Overseas Proliferation of Ghost Guns Act
S.Con.Res.2 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress that any United States-Saudi Arabia civilian nuclear cooperation agreement must prohibit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from enriching uranium or separating plutonium on its own territory, in keeping with the strongest possible nonproliferation "gold standard".
S.459 Stopping the Traffic in Overseas Proliferation of Ghost Guns Act
S.Con.Res.2 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress that any United States-Saudi Arabia civilian nuclear cooperation agreement must prohibit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from enriching uranium or separating plutonium on its own territory, in keeping with the strongest possible nonproliferation "gold standard".
S.Res.67 A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate on the importance and vitality of the United States alliances with Japan and the Republic of Korea, and our trilateral cooperation in the pursuit of shared interests.
S.Res.65 A resolution congratulating the Hellenic Republic and the Republic of North Macedonia on ratification of the Prespa Agreement, which resolves a long-standing bilateral dispute and establishes a strategic partnership between the 2 countries.
S.368 A bill to prohibit the application of certain restrictive eligibility requirements to foreign nongovernmental organizations with respect to the provision of assistance under part I of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.
S.Res.56 An original resolution authorizing expenditures by the Committee on Foreign Relations.
S.400 A bill to gather information about the illicit production of illicit fentanyl in foreign countries and to withhold bilateral assistance from countries that do not have emergency scheduling procedures for new illicit drugs, cannot prosecute criminals for the manufacture or distribution of controlled substance analogues, or do not require the registration of tableting machine and encapsulating machines.
S.357 A bill to require annual reports on religious intolerance in Saudi Arabian educational materials, and for other purposes.
S.363 A bill to establish an Intercountry Adoption Advisory Committee, and for other purposes.
S.324 A bill to promote international exchanges on best election practices, cultivate more secure democratic institutions around the world, and for other purposes.
S.312 A bill to prevent a nuclear arms race resulting from weakened international restrictions on the proliferation of intermediate- and shorter-range missiles, and for other purposes.
S.272 A bill to establish the policy of the United States regarding the no-first-use of nuclear weapons.
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