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Congressman John Curtis

Representing the 3rd District of Utah

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January 16, 2018 Blog Post

In my 57 years, I’ve had a lot of offices but nothing like this one. I sit on the second floor of the Rayburn Building in a space formally occupied by Congressman Jason Chaffetz. My office within our larger office is big. To put it in prospective there are 12 of us in the office and my office takes up about 1/3 of the space.

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January 11, 2018 Press Release

CONGRESSMAN CURTIS VOTES YES ON FISA REAUTHORIZATION

 

January 10, 2018

Contact: Katie Thompson

Phone: 202-870-6034

 

January 9, 2018 Press Release

Mr. Chairman, I appreciate the opportunity today to testify on my bill, H.R. 4532, the Shash Jaa National Monument and Indian Creek National Monument Act.

I would like to thank the entire Utah delegation for supporting this legislation, especially Chairman Rob Bishop and the Natural Resources Committee staff, for their continued work on this issue.

January 2, 2018 Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 2nd, 2018
Contact: Katie Thompson, Press Secretary
Phone: 202-225-7751

WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman John Curtis issued the following statement after learning of Senator Orrin Hatch’s retirement.

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November 13, 2017 Press Release
U.S. Representative John Curtis was sworn in as a Member of the United States House of Representatives by House Speaker Paul Ryan on November 13, 2017.
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In The News

December 28, 2017 In The News

Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Rep. John Curtis, R-Utah, and on The Left by Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams. They discuss the passage of the GOP tax bill (and signing into law by Pres. Donald Trump); the future of the Children’s Health Insurance Program; and The Salt Lake Tribune’s naming of Sen. Orrin Hatch as Utahn of the Year.

December 26, 2017 In The News

PROVO, Utah (News4Utah) - Unlike most of his colleagues, Congressman John Curtis (R-Dist.3) has had to hit the ground running his first five weeks in office. While he adjusts to the new ways of Washington D.C, he's also having to gear up for major legislation, and another run for his seat in 2018.