Congressman Hakeem Jeffries

Representing the 8th District of New York
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Committees and Caucuses

Congressman Jeffries is a member of the Judiciary Committee and the Budget Committee. Within the Judiciary Committee, Congressman Jeffries is a member of two subcommittees: the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet and the Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law.  More information on both subcommittees can be found here: http://judiciary.house.gov/about/subcommittee.html

Congressman Jeffries is also a member of the following Congressional caucuses:

The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has been working hard to draw attention to social and economic issues that impact communities of color.  Serving as Co-Chairman of the CBC Taskforce on Immigration Reform, Congressman Jeffries co-anchors weekly “Special Order Hours” on the floor of the House to highlight some of the most significant issues affecting the African American community across the nation, including the need for comprehensive immigration reform, advocacy for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act and access to a quality education in low-income communities.

The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC)  seeks to fight for economic justice and security, protect and preserve civil rights and civil liberties, promote global peace and security, and advance environmental protection and energy independence.

  •  International Anti-Piracy Caucus

The International Anti-Piracy Caucus is a bipartisan caucus dedicated to working with our international trade partners to secure the enactment of strong copyright laws and the vigilant enforcement of those laws to protect U.S. innovation and creative works.

  •  Caucus on U.S. Turkish Relations & Turkish Americans

The Turkish Caucus is a bipartisan platform for members of Congress to focus on U.S.-Turkish relations and issues that concern Turkish Americans.

  •  Congressional Bangladesh Caucus

The Bangladesh Caucus was created to build a foundation for Bangladeshi-Americans living in the U.S., to create a main-stream process for such individuals and for the betterment of the Bangladeshi Communities.