Utah First

Reforming the Endangered Species Act Today the Senate voted on an amendment I proposed to the bill to authorize the Keystone Pipeline, which would have limited the amount of fees attorneys can collect when suing the federal government under the Endangered Species Act. Learn More
Senator Lee Holds First “Classroom Townhall” Event with Independence H.S. of Provo, Utah Today I spoke, via Skype, with a group of students from Independence High School of Provo, Utah, and their U.S. Government teacher, Mr. David Miller. After spending a few minutes telling the students about the legislative process in the U.S. Senate and explaining my constitutional duties as an elected representative, we had an exciting conversation about current events and policy hot topics that were of interest to the class. Learn More
Reaching Out to Utah's Veterans Utah is home to over 150,000 veterans. While each veteran has their own unique experience in serving our country, our appreciation for their service is universal. Learn More
Meeting with Local Officials Senator Lee meets with local officials from the state of Utah. Learn More

About Mike Lee

Portrait of Mike Lee

Elected in 2010 as Utah's 16th Senator, Mike Lee has spent his career defending the basic liberties of Americans and Utahns as a tireless advocate for our founding constitutional principles. Learn More



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James V. Hansen Federal Building
324  25th Street, Suite 1410
Ogden, Utah  84401
Phone:  801-392-9633
Fax:  801-392-9630

Salt Lake City

Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building

125 South State, Suite 4225

Salt Lake City, UT 84138

Phone: 801-524-5933

Fax: 801-524-5730

St. George

Office of Senator Michael S. Lee
285 West Tabernacle, Suite 200
St. George, UT  84770
Phone: 435-628-5514

Washington, D.C.

316 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-5444

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