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The Congressional Internet Caucus is a bipartisan group of over 100 members of the House and Senate working to educate their colleagues about the promise and potential of the Internet. Founded in 1996 by some extremely prescient Members of the House and Senate, the Congressional Internet Caucus is a bipartisan and bicameral Caucus chaired by Senators John Thune and Patrick Leahy and Representatives Anna G. Eshoo and Michael McCaul.

This page contains a list of Members of Congress who are members of the Congressional Internet Caucus. It is a Congressional Member Organization (CMO) — separate and distinct from the Congressional Internet Academy Committee, which is a private-sector organization. Click here for information on how your Member can join.



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