Last week, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) introduced legislation to amend the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 and remove overregulation for power production projects.
"Geothermal is a critical piece of our energy strategy and helps to ensure a future that is affordable, reliable, and clean," said Rep. Curtis. "This bill ends unnecessary hurdles and supports the… Read more »
esterday, Representative John Curtis (R-UT), visited the southern border, near Sierra Vista, AZ, to witness firsthand the worsening border crisis. This was Curtis’ third trip to the border since coming to Congress.
“I visited the border and discovered a shocking truth: it's not the U.S. government but the cartels who are in control,” said Rep. Curtis. “These crime… Read more »
Yesterday, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) introduced the Border Security State Reimbursement Act to reimburse states for expenses associated with securing the United States borders. This legislation was introduced in conjunction with Congressman Curtis trip to the southern border to monitor the situation first-hand.
“I regret that the President and Secretary Mayorkas have been… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) introduced a bill to protect Utah’s public lands from Wall Street activist investors. The bill prohibits Natural Asset Companies, or any similar entity, from entering into any agreement that would impact land in the state of Utah.
“Wall Street shouldn’t be allowed to control Utah’s land just to meet with ESG goals,” said… Read more »
Washington, D.C. — Today, Representative John Curtis (R-UT) gave remarks during an Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Hearing on the Biden Administrations border policies and their effect on Utah.
“With open borders, they're not safe. My district doesn't feel safe, and it's unacceptable on every level.” — Rep. John Curtis
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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, the House Committee on Natural Resources favorably reported two of Rep. John Curtis’ (UT-03) bills to better manage federal lands. The first would withdraw a rule of the Bureau of Land Management that would restrict access to public lands for grazing and recreation. The second would require the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the… Read more »
Washington, D.C. —Last week, Rep. John Curtis (UT-03), Western Caucus Chairman Dan Newhouse (WA-04), and Rep. Russ Fulcher (ID-01) introduced legislation alongside 10 of their Western Caucus colleagues to direct the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to withdraw the proposed rule titled “Conservation and Landscape Health.” This rule undermines FLPMA’s multiple-use requirement for BLM lands… Read more »
Curtis Applauds Passage of Clean Energy Package
Washington, D.C. — Today, Rep. Curtis (R-UT), chair of the Conservative Climate Caucus, issued a statement celebrating the House's bipartisan passage of H.R. 1, the Lower Energy Costs Act. The landmark legislation aims to promote affordable, reliable, safe, and clean energy solutions for the American people.
"The path to… Read more »