WHAT'S THE LATEST?
On March 27, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement:
On March 13, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement:
On March 2, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement encouraging students from South Carolina’s Second District to enter the Congressional Art Competition:
On February 5, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement following the Senate vote to acquit President Donald Trump:
Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement following President Donald Trump’s 2020 State of the Union address:
“Last night, President Donald Trump reaffirmed his commitment to keeping his promises and demonstrated how his Administration has generated the Great American Comeback.
I am always grateful to serve the people of South Carolina’s Second District. Although Republicans are not currently in the majority and were forced to deal with a false impeachment inquiry, I was able to work with my Republican colleagues to fight for our pro-job, pro-family and pro-America agenda.
Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on chairing the January 29 Helsinki Commission Hearing:
On January 9, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on the vote to limit President Trump’s Power on Iran:
On January 8, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement on following Fort Jackson’s expansion announcement:
“I am grateful for the relocation of the Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Advanced Individual Training Courses to Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C., which has been recognized as one of the ‘Most Military Friendly Communities in America.’
On January 3, Congressman Joe Wilson announced his Legislative Agenda for 2020:
Second District Republican Congressman Joe Wilson visited Dempsey Wood Products in Orangeburg on Wednesday to get a first-hand look at the impact the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has had on the company’s growth.
The new chairman of the House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee says he’s determined to help increase the size of the military and boost readiness from historic lows under President Donald Trump’s plan to expand the force.
The $34 billion Energy and Water Appropriations Bill that passed the House recently is by no means perfect legislation.
But there are many important aspects of the bill to cheer about, not least the funding to continue the MOX project at Savannah River Site.
A United States House appropriations committee passed a bill Thursday that, if adopted, would provide $345 million for construction of the Savannah River Site’s MOX facility.
The Energy and Water Appropriations bill has been debated this week, with members of the committee offering up various amendments.