Congressional Entertainment Caucus: The Congressional Entertainment Caucus was established to engage Members of Congress on issues important to the entertainment industry. The Caucus recognizes the economic and cultural contribution of the entertainment sector as well as the many challenges to the industry today.
Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer’s Disease: The Task Force’s goal is to improve the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s through increased funding for research and increased support to Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers.
Congressional Arts Caucus: The Congressional Arts Caucus provides a venue for over 150 Members of both parties to come together to ensure that support for the arts is non-partisan and national in scope; where they can exchange ideas about how best to educate and enrich their local communities while also building local economies; and where they, individually, can draw inspiration and renewal.
Airport Noise Caucus: The Airport Noise Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives focuses on supporting noise-reduction technology, related appropriations, and bills that restrict aircraft operations that unreasonably impact neighboring residents.
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Caucus: The Caucus is a bipartisan forum for disseminating information about energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. The caucus was modeled after the House Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Caucus and promotes clean and efficient energy technologies and policies that reduce our dependence on oil, create jobs, expand our domestic economy, increase the supply of energy and reduce prices for millions of American consumers.
Livable Communities Task Force: This task force seeks to both educate Members of Congress and their staff on the federal role in enhancing community livability, as well as support those policies that help make America's families healthy, safe, and more economically secure. Visit the Livable Communities Task Force website for additional information.
Congressional Caucus on India and Indian-Americans: The Caucus serves as a forum in which Members of Congress may address concerns vital to our important bilateral relationship with India. By promoting dialogue on issues of interest to India and the Indian-American community, the Caucus strives to strengthen bilateral relations between the United States and India, promote trade with India, enhance economic development in India, and improve the overall standard of living for Indians and Indian-Americans.
Congressional Wine Caucus: The United States ranks among the world's largest wine-producing nations, and much of that wine is produced in the State of California. The Caucus was created with the idea that Members of Congress could benefit from learning more about the economic benefits of this important industry, as well as the challenges of growing grapes and making wine. The Caucus further serves as an avenue for people in the grape and wine business to hear more about federal regulatory and legislative developments that affected them.
Congressional Caucus on Hellenic Issues: The mission of the Caucus is to build on the historically close relations between America and Greeceand to ensure that critical issues affecting Greek-Americans are appropriately addressed.
Biotechnology Caucus: The group acts as a resource for information about biotechnology and encourages committee hearings on the topic. The caucus regularly hosts educational forums for members and staff about a broad scope of biotech issues, from the increasing availability of genetically-engineered products to research, trade, and bioethics.
Science, Math, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Caucus: The Caucus' primary goal is to improve all areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education including K-12, higher education, and workforce areas. The Caucus seeks to raise Congress' and the public's awareness of issues and legislation affecting STEM education, to provide information on these issues, and to serve as an information source and catalyst for improving science and math education.
Real Estate Caucus: A bipartisan group, the Real Estate Caucus was created in order to protect and promote the real estate industry. The Caucus will serve as a forum for Members and invited guests in the real estate field to ensure federal policies facilitate real estate's continued contributions to the national, state, and local economies.
Aerospace Caucus: The House Aerospace Caucus is made up of members of the House of Representatives who have a strong interest in public policy issues that affect the aerospace community. This bipartisan organization serves as a forum for industry briefings to Members of Congress and their staffs on the major issues that impact growth and innovation in the nation's space, civil aviation, and defense sectors.
Bipartisan Task Force on Non-Proliferation: The bipartisan Security Group seeks greater cooperation, both at home and abroad, in issues dealing with global security threats posed by the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
House Trails Caucus: The House Trails Caucus was created to better inform the Members of Congress about the National Trails System with the mission of increasing awareness of the national system of trails in the United States.
House Commuter Caucus:The Caucus works to raise awareness of issues impacting mass transit systems and their riders, and to serve as a resource for Members of Congress interested in the preservation and expansion of public transportation as a means of commuting to work, providing access to jobs, and economic advancement.
TaiwanCaucus: The Caucus aims to promote closer ties between Taiwan and the United States, promoting issues of mutual concern such as trade, democracy, and defense. The caucus tries to promote an American foreign policy that recognizes the strong ties of the two countries, prosperous free market economy, human rights, and free trade.
Congressional Brain Injury Task Force: The caucus serves as a clearinghouse of information for Congress and the public. It will promote full funding for the Traumatic Brain Injury Act and other brain injury research programs, and provide guidance to federal agencies on policies and proposed rulemakings.
House Kidney Caucus: The purpose of the caucus is to educate Members of Congress and the public about the problem kidney disease poses for our society. The Kidney Caucus provides a forum for the discussion of quality of care and quality of life issues, acts as a resource on the scope and impact of kidney disease, and serves as a source of information on public policy initiatives to aid individuals with chronic kidney disease and irreversible kidney failure. For further information, visit the Kidney Caucus website.
Hearing Health Caucus: The Caucus is a bipartisan organization committed to the support of hearing health issues. The group holds briefings periodically, bringing to Congress the nation’s most prominent scientists, surgeons, physicians, and business and lay leaders. Presenting the latest research, findings, and technological advances, speakers explain how this information directly contributes to the detection, intervention, prevention, and research of hearing health issues.
Congressional Caucus on Korea: The Caucus was created to address the important political, social and economic issues that are emerging on the Korean peninsula. Its aim is to work with Congress on issues impacting America's relationship with both the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea.
Friends of Spain Caucus: The Friends of Spain caucus encourages members of Congress and Spanish officials and citizens to work together toward common goals.
Democratic Israel Working Group: Recognizing the importance of the strategic relationship between Israel and the United States, the group promotes pro-Israel policy positions, leads outreach efforts to the Jewish community and is a resource to Democrats in Congress on Middle Eastissues.
Baltic Caucus: The Baltic Caucus is comprised of Members of the U.S. House of Representatives who share a common interest in the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The caucus works diligently to maintain strong relationships with the Baltic States, promote healthy democracies free from terrorism, and assist them in strengthening free market economies in their countries. For more information, visit the Baltic Caucus website.
Congressman Schiff is also a member of the House Education Caucus, the Military Veteran's Caucus, the Pro-Choice Caucus, the Congressional United Nations Working Group, the Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus, the Congressional Cystic Fibrosis Caucus, and the Mentoring Caucus.