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United States Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control

The Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control was created to “monitor and encourage United States Government and private programs seeking to expand international cooperation against drug abuse and narcotics trafficking” and to “monitor and promote international compliance with narcotics control treaties.” As a formal organization of the U.S. Senate, the Caucus has the status of a standing committee. The Caucus exercises oversight on a wide range of issues, including international counternarcotics assistance and domestic drug prevention and treatment programs. The Caucus has held numerous hearings over the years and has issued a number of reports on U.S. narcotics control policy. (source)

Chair:
Sen. John Cornyn [R-TX]
Vice Chair:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D-CA]
Republicans:
4
Democrats:
3

The chair is always selected from the majority party and the ranking member is the most senior member of the minority party. The majority party ensures it has a majority on every committee.

Members

Portrait of John Cornyn
Chair
Republican
Texas
Portrait of Dianne Feinstein
Vice Chair
Democrat
California
Portrait of David Perdue
Republican
Georgia
Portrait of James Risch
Republican
Idaho
Portrait of Jacky Rosen
Democrat
Nevada
Portrait of Sheldon Whitehouse
Democrat
Rhode Island

Members are listed in order of their rank on the committee and its subcommittees. Committee membership information is from the unitedstates project on github.

Bills

There are 1 bills referred to this committee:

Reports

Date PDF Bill