Rep. J.T. Wilcox's Email Updates


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Due to election-year restrictions that begin tomorrow, this will be my last email update to you until after the November election results are certified by Secretary of State Steve Hobbs. However,...

May 5, 2024

In my Feb. 2 email update, I wrote that I thought it was a big mistake for the majority to decide against holding public hearings on any of the six initiatives...

March 1, 2024

Our work is not yet finished this session, and I’ll be back in touch with another policy-related update on Friday. This evening, however, I wanted to let you all know I’ve...

Feb. 28, 2024

The biggest news of this year’s legislative session is not what Democrats have done, but what they have not done. Since January 11, six initiatives to the Legislature have been certified...

Feb. 2, 2024

In this week’s video update, I discuss the importance of Initiative 2117, which would repeal the Climate Commitment Act. I care deeply about the environment. As I’ve shared—and demonstrated with a...

Jan. 20, 2024

Earlier today, I spent a few minutes recording a video update to share my thoughts on what I’m looking forward to this session, what some of my legislative priorities are, and...

Jan. 12, 2024

As we move through interim and inch closer to the start of the 2024 legislative session, I wanted to send this update to let you know what I’m focused on and...

Oct. 2, 2023

The 2023 legislative session ended on Sunday, April 23. Just before we adjourned, I announced I was stepping down as House Republican Leader. I sent an email to my legislative colleagues...

May 12, 2023

With just one week left in the 2023 legislative session, critical policies and state budgets still need to be finalized. While there was no House or Senate floor action over the...

April 17, 2023

Last week, state lawmakers reached house of origin cutoff. This means all bills needed to pass out of their original chamber, or they are considered “dead” for the legislative session. This...

March 17, 2023