Washington, D.C. — Today, Representative John Curtis (UT-03) cosponsored the Financial Innovation and Technology (FIT) for the 21st Century Act, which establishes a regulatory framework for digital assets.
“This bill establishes an appropriate framework for regulation of cryptocurrency in a way that fosters innovation and maintains U.S. leadership in blockchain technology while… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — This week, Rep. Curtis shared his remarks during a hearing in the Energy & Commerce Committee to celebrate America’s energy and environmental leadership:
On the energy path forward:
When you make these decisions, it matters. Reliability matters. Clean matters. Right. I… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, Representative John Curtis (UT-03) welcomed newly elected Representative Celeste Maloy (UT-02) to the United States House of Representatives. After Rep. Maloy took the oath of office, Reps. Curtis and Maloy spoke on the House floor.
“I am thrilled to welcome Celeste Maloy to the House,” said Rep. Curtis. “A true southern Utahn, Celeste is known for her… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — This week, Representative John Curtis (UT-03) introduced the Historic Roadways Protection Act. This legislation will prohibit the Secretary of the Interior from finalizing or implementing new travel management plans in the State of Utah until pending litigation over historic roads is complete. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) introduced companion legislation in the… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, as Geographic Information System (GIS) users around the world showcase their work, Congressmen John Curtis (R-UT) and Pete Aguilar (D-CA) introduced a resolution officially designating November 15, 2023, as National GIS Day. The resolution encourages GIS users to continue to innovate and use GIS as a tool to analyze and address today’s societal challenges and… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, Rep. John Curtis (UT-03) released the video below reacting to the cancellation of the Carbon Free Power Project (CFPP) by Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) and NuScale Power Corp. The project was slated to be the first small modular reactor (SMR) and generate 462 megawatts of carbon free electricity.
“I’m saddened to learn of this projects… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, Co-Chairs of the Bipartisan Wildfire Caucus, Representatives Joe Neguse (D-CO) and John Curtis (R-UT) unveiled their Wildfire Resource Guide for the 118th Congress. The Caucus collaborated with a number of stakeholders and local leaders to develop a guide with useful information about how communities can better prepare for and recover from… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, following the U.S. House of Representatives vote to elect Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) as Speaker of the House, Rep. John Curtis (UT-03) issued the following statement:
As Rep. Mike Johnson said late last night, “Democracy is messy sometimes, but it is our system.” I am pleased to have voted for Mike as Speaker of the House. I know that as a… Read more »
Today, in a significant display of bipartisanship, Congress passed a clean Continuing Resolution (CR) aimed at averting a government shutdown, securing vital government services, and providing more time for the completion of appropriations bills. The CR, which received substantial support across party lines, ensures that the government remains funded for an additional 45… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Representative John Curtis (R-UT) made the following statement following passage of the Ukraine Security Assistance and Oversight Supplemental Appropriations Act:
Since coming into office in 2017, I have supported legislation to bolster the defenses of our allies through training and material support, a policy Trump reversed from the Obama Administration’s… Read more »