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Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney (R)

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Crypto bill sponsorship

Sen. Mitt Romney has put out 1 crypto bill.

United States Innovation and Competition Act of 2021

S. 1260
Co-sponsored
Bill pending

This bill addresses U.S. technology and communications, foreign relations and national security, domestic manufacturing, education, trade, and other matters.

Among other provisions, the bill

  • provides funding for FY2022-FY2026 to support U.S. semiconductor manufacturing, research and development, and supply chain security;

  • provides funding for wireless supply chain innovation;

  • establishes a Directorate for Technology and Innovation in the National Science Foundation;

  • extends through 2025 the authority of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to lease its non-excess real property and related personal property;

  • authorizes various programs and policies related to space exploration;

  • authorizes various international affairs programs and activities, including foreign assistance for the Indo-Pacific region;

  • requires federal infrastructure programs to provide for the use of materials produced in the United States;

  • imposes sanctions on China for cybersecurity and human rights abuses;

  • requires the Department of Health and Human Services to consider national security risks associated with sensitive genetic information;

  • includes initiatives related to elementary and secondary education, including those to increase computer science education;

  • contains provisions related to higher education, including those reauthorizing through FY2027 international education programs and addressing China's influence on institutions of higher education;

  • modifies and expands the schedule for graduated merger filing fees;

  • prohibits federal funding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology;

  • requires the U.S. Trade Representative to take certain actions related to digital trade and censorship practices; and

  • extends through 2027 the Generalized System of Preferences.

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