Liberty Caucus

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This article is about the former U.S. Congressional organization. For the political action organization, see Republican Liberty Caucus. For the current congressional caucus launched in 2011, see Liberty Caucus (2011).

The Liberty Caucus was a group of Republican members of the United States House of Representatives. It hosted a luncheon in Washington, D.C., every Thursday.[1] The group, according to their website, "supports individual rights, limited government and free enterprise."[2]

Past members[edit]

Decline and potential revival[edit]

After the 112th United States Congress began and Ron Paul switched his focus to his presidential campaign, his Liberty Caucus was largely displaced by a newly formed one chaired by Justin Amash.

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