This page describes some of the federal legislative caucuses, which are groupings of like minded members of Congress, with which AMCC is engaged.  Some of the caucuses are more well organized than others.

Here is a link to the official list of Congressional organizations, some of these organizations have their own websites, some do not.  Some organizations from previous Congresses do not appear but are expected to be added soon.

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House Manufacturing Caucus

Co-Chair:

Cong. Tom Reed (R, NY-23)

Cong. Tim Ryan (D-OH)

The House Manufacturing Caucus examines and promotes policies to help American manufacturers find trained, educated workers, continue to lead the world in developing new industrial technologies, operate on a level playing field with their foreign competitors, and obtain the capital they need to thrive.

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Future of Work Caucus

Co-Chairs:

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) 

Rep. Bryan Steil (R-WI)

The Congressional Future of Work Caucus was created to educate Members and their staff, stakeholders, and the public on the challenges and opportunities prevalent in our economy. The Caucus plans to discuss a number of topics, including the growing effects of automation on the workforce, the emerging impact of artificial intelligence on society, the changing nature of the social contract, and the possible disruption & opportunities presented by technology in the U.S. economy.

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Congressional Defense Communities Caucus

Chair:

Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT)

The Defense Communities Caucus, bipartisan groups of lawmakers, provide a unified voice for the hundreds of communities that host active and closed installations, support those communities in their efforts to assist service members and their families, and raise awareness of the unique issues and challenges facing defense communities. This caucus serves as a liaison among Congress, DOD and the private sector and advance dialogue on issues important to defense communities, such as defense infrastructure, innovative partnerships that strengthen communities and enhance installation efficiency, renewable energy projects, and military families/veterans support.

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