Yesterday, Congressman Joe Wilson and Congressman Ted Deutch reintroduced the Bassam Barabandi Rewards for Justice Act. This bill will incentivize informants to come forward with actionable information regarding evasion of U.S. or UN sanctions by expanding the Rewards for Justice program at the State Department.
Today, Congressman Joe Wilson participated in press conferences across South Carolina’s Second District to announce his 2021 Legislative Agenda. He issued the following statement on this year’s agenda:
On January 28, Congressman Joe Wilson introduced the Military Child Educational Freedom Act. This legislation opens Coverdell Education Savings Accounts for active-duty military families who wish to use the funds for homeschooling, regardless of the state in which they reside.
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02), Senior Member of the House Armed Services Committee, Congressman Ralph Norman (SC-05), and Congresswoman Nancy Mace (SC-01) will introduce the Parris Island Protection Act tomorrow, which prohibits the use of federal funds to close or plan the closure of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.
On January 23, Congressman Joe Wilson released the following statement:
On January 13, Congressman Joe Wilson issued the following statement on voting against impeachment:
On December 31, Congressman Joe Wilson issued the following statement:
On December 16, Congressman Joe Wilson issued the following statement after testing positive for COVID-19:
On December 10, Congressman Joe Wilson introduced H.R. 8931, the Stop the Killing in Syria Act which would enact the toughest sanctions ever proposed on the Assad regime in Syria, make it U.S.
On December 10, Congressman Joe Wilson issued the following statement on joining over 100 House Republicans in filing an amicus brief in support of the case brought by the State of Texas to address election irregularities: