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Committees and Caucuses
I’m honored to serve on the following House Committees, Subcommittees and Caucuses. Please visit their websites to learn more about them.
Committees and Subcommittees*
The House Financial Services Committee has jurisdiction over issues pertaining to the economy, the banking system, housing, insurance, and securities and exchanges. Additionally, the Committee also has jurisdiction over monetary policy, international finance, international monetary organizations, and efforts to combat terrorist financing.
The Committee oversees the Nation’s economy through its oversight of the Federal Reserve Board and individual reserve banks, the Treasury, the production and distribution of currency, and the Nation’s capital markets.
Agencies under oversight by the Committee include: the Federal Reserve, Treasury, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, and the Export-Import Bank. (Courtesy of House Committee on Financial Services).
Vice Chairman of the Congressional Western Caucus
The mission of the Western Caucus is to enhance, sustain, and preserve the West’s dynamic and unique culture, and to find innovative solutions that address the distinctive concerns facing western and rural communities. We believe economic growth and conservation are not mutually exclusive goals and can be accomplished by promoting balanced, common-sense reforms.
Co-founder of the Congressional Small Business Caucus
Members of the Congressional Small Business Caucus are dedicated to advancing efforts to foster the economic certainty needed for small businesses and entrepreneurs to succeed and create jobs.
Congressional Small Brewers Caucus
Small brewers have been making beer in America since the founding of our country. We're glad that craft beers from nearly 2,000 small breweries across the United States can be enjoyed today. The bipartisan House Small Brewers Caucus is dedicated to educating Members of Congress and their staff about legislation, regulations, and other unique issues faced by small American breweries. (Courtesy of the Congressional Small Brewers Caucus)
Congressional Beef Caucus
The House Beef Caucus is committed to advocating for the U.S. beef and cattle industry through raising awareness of the issues impacting this industry. The Caucus educates and informs Members of Congress, and their staff, about U.S. cattle and beef production. Members are given the opportunity to speak about the importance of ranching in the U.S. and utilize opportunities to aid ranchers. (Courtesy of the Congressional Beef Caucus).
Congressional Natural Gas Caucus
The Congressional Natural Gas Caucus is a bipartisan group of Members dedicated to championing the use of clean, plentiful, domestic natural gas. We are committed to informing and educating Members of Congress, and the American people about this clean-burning domestic fuel. By promoting the use of natural gas we believe America will benefit from cleaner modes of transportation and energy generation, creating a cleaner environment and millions of new American jobs. We are focused on discovering environmentally-friendly ways to produce natural gas and explore the ways natural gas can help meet our country’s energy needs while leading us towards an independent energy future. (Courtesy of the Natural Gas Caucus)
Congressional Diabetes Caucus
The mission of the Congressional Diabetes Caucus is to educate Members of Congress and staff about diabetes and to support legislative activities that would improve diabetes research, education and treatment. The Congressional Diabetes Caucus was founded in 1996 and has grown to be one of the largest and most influential member organizations on Capitol Hill. (Courtesy of the Congressional Diabetes Caucus)
Republican Israel Caucus
The caucus connects Members and staff with leading Middle East policy analysts to deepen their understanding of the issues Israel faces amidst the ever-changing dynamic in the Middle East. Additionally, the caucus collaborates with policy experts, academics, the Israel and Jewish communities and Members to host events that help open the dialogue on the pertinent issues in the Middle East. The Caucus often partners with the Democratic Israel Working Group in a bipartisan manner on Israel issues which concern people on both sides of the aisle.
Congressional Steel Caucus
Members of the Congressional Steel Caucus are engaged on a wide array of issues impacting the manufacture of steel.
Congressional Cement Caucus
The Cement Caucus is a bipartisan coalition comprised of Members of Congress who work together to support the vibrant American cement industry. Established nearly two decades ago, the Caucus has experienced significant growth and today includes more than 60 members from across the country and the political spectrum. (Courtesy of the Congressional Cement Caucus)
Republican Study Committee
The Republican Study Committee is a group of House Republicans organized for the purpose of advancing a conservative social and economic agenda in the House of Representatives. The Republican Study Committee is dedicated to a limited and Constitutional role for the federal government, a strong national defense, the protection of individual and property rights, and the preservation of traditional family values. The group has played a major role in key policy areas including budget, appropriations, taxes, education, Social Security reform, defense, deregulation, and general government reform. The Republican Study Committee is an independent research arm for Republicans. (Courtesy of the RSC)
Religious Minorities in the Middle East Caucus
This bipartisan caucus serves as an informational and advocacy tool for besieged religious minorities who are central to a pluralistic Middle East. Every day religious minorities in countries throughout the Middle East are confronting serious threats, ranging from discrimination and marginalization, to outright violence. Churches have been burned, millions of families have been driven from their homes, and many have been killed. Because of the spread and influence of ISIS, the persecution of religious minorities is as relevant as ever, and it’s imperative that the persecution of religious minorities is recognized and alleviated. (Courtesy of the Religious Minorities in the Middle East Caucus).
*In the 112th and 113th Congresses, Congressman Tipton served on the House Committee on Small Business as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade, and on the House Committee on Natural Resources and House Committee on Agriculture.