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Curtis Backs Plan On Energy Independence, Strengthen Economy

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Washington, D.C. — Following the unveiling of the “Commitment to America” by House Republican leadership in Washington County, Pennsylvania, Congressman Curtis (UT-03) issued the following statement: “If there is anything we have learned in the past few years here in Washington, particularly since the invasion of Ukraine, it’s that we cannot spend our way out of our problems and we…

Message from Rep. Curtis in Brussels, Belgium

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Brussels, Belgium. – Today, Congressman John Curtis (UT-03) had the following messages to share from Brussels, Belgium on the war in Ukraine:  “As the worst of our fears unfold, all people across the globe must unite to reject the assault on our friends in Ukraine,” said Rep. Curtis. “The US and partner countries must hold nothing back as we escalate…

Curtis, Salazar, and Colleagues Introduce Complete Immigration Reform Programs

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This week, Congressman John Curtis stood with Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar and a group of Republican House colleagues to introduce the long-awaited Dignity Act, a complete immigration reform bill consisting of 3 core principles: providing a dignified solution for immigrants living in America, strengthening the American workforce and economy, and stopping illegal immigration.

Curtis Calls for Bipartisan Work on Election Laws

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Following the U.S. House of Representatives vote today on voting issues, Congressman John Curtis released the following statement:  “I am proud that Utah has a proven election system that is well run and secure,” said Rep. Curtis. “Voting is a fundamental right that I believe all American citizens should exercise and I will always work to…

Curtis Votes in Favor of January 6 Commission to "Help Our Country Heal and Finally Move Forward"

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While I voted in favor of the January 6th Commission today, I do believe the bill is imperfect and can understand why many of my colleagues opposed it, fearing the potential for the commission to turn partisan with the majority party having control over staff hiring. Since the horrible attack on our Capitol, I have supported a bipartisan investigation into what led to the event, why our security wasn’t stronger, and why responses were delayed— and I remain hopeful that this commission can bring forth the facts and information to help our country heal and finally move forward.

Curtis Statement on Rep. Cheneys Removal from House GOP Leadership

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Today, Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) released the following statement after former Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY) was removed from House Republican Leadership by voice vote this morning: “As one of the first Republican Members of Congress to recognize the legitimacy of the 2020 election, I have been clear that I do not question the election results. In fact, I have…

Curtis on Vote to Strip Rep. Greenes Committee Assignments: We Need Consistent Standards

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Today,  Representative John Curtis (R-UT), released the following statement ahead of the floor vote on H. Res. 72 - Removing a certain Member from certain standing committees: “Rep. Greene’s past rhetoric and conduct are completely inappropriate and unbecoming of a Member of Congress. However, for all of modern history, each party has chosen its own committee…

Rep. Curtis Joins House Energy and Commerce Committee

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Today, Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) released the following statement being selected to serve on the House Energy and Commerce Committee: “I am proud to have been selected by my colleagues to serve on the Energy and Commerce Committee in the 117th Congress. No committee in Congress has more impact on Utah, including its oversight of all policy related to healthcare,…

We Must Tone Down the Rhetoric and Calm the Tensions, Something That Impeachment Will Not Achieve

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Today, Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) voted “no” on impeachment and joined colleagues Reps. Chip Roy (R-TX), Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), and Nancy Mace (R-NC) in releasing the following statement: “We the undersigned offer the following statement regarding articles of impeachment directed at President Donald J. Trump:  President Trump publicly pressured Vice…

Curtis, Colleagues Introduce Concurrent Resolution to Condemn and Censure President Trump

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Today, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) and Republican colleagues introduced a concurrent resolution to censure the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, for attempting to unlawfully overturn the 2020 Presidential election and for violating his oath of office on January 6th, 2021.  In the aftermath of the riot at the Capitol last week, lawmakers have the solemn duty…