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Committees and Caucuses

A congressional committee is a legislative sub-organization in the United States Congress that handles a specific duty (in addition to the general duties of Congress). Committee membership enables members to develop specialized knowledge of the matters under their jurisdiction. Committees monitor ongoing governmental operations, identify issues suitable for legislative review, gather and evaluate information, and recommend courses of action to their parent body.

Congressman Hudson’s Committee and Subcommittee Assignments:

Committee on Energy and Commerce

Congressman Hudson's Caucus Affiliations:

Congressional Pro-Life Caucus

Atlantic Offshore Energy Caucus, Co-Chair

Republican Study Committee

Republican Policy Committee

Agriculture Policy Group, Chairman

Agriculture and Rural America Task Force, Co-Chair

Pediatric Trauma Caucus, Co-Chair

Congressional Prayer Caucus

Congressional Textile Caucus

Congressional Chicken Caucus

Congressional German-American Caucus

Congressional Peanut Caucus

Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, Vice-Chair

Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth

House Republican Israel Caucus

House Special Operations Forces Caucus

Congressional Army Aviation Caucus

House National Guard and Reserve Components Caucus

Congressional General Aviation Caucus

Carbonated and Non-alcoholic (CAN) Caucus, Co-Chair

Border Security Caucus

Energy Savings Performance Caucus

Congressional Cystic Fibrosis Caucus

House Army Caucus

Direct Selling Caucus, Co-Chair

Congressional Motorsports Caucus

International Road Safety Caucus, Co-Chair

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Caucus