The Most Surprising Congressional Caucuses: Bourbon, Babies, Motorcycles And More
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There are hundreds of caucuses registered with the U.S. House of Representatives like the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus or the Financial and Economic Literacy Caucus.
But some of them are downright weird. Ever heard of the Bourbon or the Motorcycle Caucus? They're real, and that's just the beginning.
There's also the Congressional Soccer Caucus, which states its mission is "to encourage legislation, activities and events that promote soccer and issues affecting the greater soccer community with our elected officials." Meanwhile, members of the Small Brewers Caucus aim "to gain a better understanding of all aspects of small brewing, from business and regulatory issues to the brewing process and history of the small brewing community."
Whatever the interest area, there seems to be a caucus for it. Here are some of the most surprising caucuses in the House of Representatives: