Founded in the early 1970s by Representatives John Murtha (D-PA) and Ralph Regula (R-OH), this bi-partisan coalition promotes the health and stability of the domestic steel industry, as well as the interests of its workforce.
The House Steel Caucus is extremely active on Capitol Hill, frequently holding policy-forums, media briefings, and hearings regarding issues affecting domestic steel producers and their downstream counterparts.
Homeland Security Committee Approves Visclosky’s American Steel First Act; June 2008
Steel Caucus Affirms Dangers of Chinese Steel Imports; April 2008
Senate Steel Caucus
A prominent Senate organization consisting of nearly three dozen members, the Caucus operates as a bi-partisan coalition advocating for domestic steel producers and workers. In addition to introducing legislation supporting the domestic steel community, members also routinely meet with Administration officials and WTO representatives to communicate the interests of American producers and labor groups.