ACTION ALERT! Ask your Member of Congress to Join the Congressional Paper and Packaging Caucus!

The Congressional Paper and Packaging Caucus has re-launched for the 114th Congress!

Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) will lead the Caucus in the Senate along with Representatives Reid Ribble (R-WI) and Gwen Graham (D-FL) in the House.

The Paper and Packaging Caucus serves to inform Members of Congress about the value of the paper and packaging industry in their state and districts. This bipartisan and bicameral caucus will highlight the importance and economic significance of the paper and packaging industry and will focus on the policy solutions needed to sustain and promote this important sector.

This bi-partisan group is open to all Members of Congress, whether they represent paper and packaging industry facilities and employees, care about policy issues facing the industry, or simply want to learn more about this sector of the economy.  The caucus is a great tool to spread the word about the benefits from the economic contributions and employment opportunities provided by this industry in nearly every state.  It’s also a platform to share information about the renewable energy profile of the industry, our recycling story, the industry’s sustainability accomplishments and goals, and many other aspects of our products and processes.  

Federal policies and the perceptions of lawmakers play an important role in the future of the paper and packaging industry in the United States. 

You can help by letting your Representatives and Senators know about this organization and asking them to join.  Some Members of Congress have already joined the Caucus. If your Member has joined, please click below to send your Member a thank you note.

Please complete the form below to contact your Representative or Senator today to thank them or ask them to join the Congressional Paper and Packaging Caucus.   

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