Boating Matters
Stand Up and Take Action!
Ask your members of Congress to join the Congressional Boating Caucus!
From E15 and fuel policy, to fishing, infrastructure, and trade, we need strong allies in Congress who will fight for the recreational boating industry in Washington D.C. and at home.
The Congressional Boating Caucus does just that. With more than 100 senators and representatives, the bipartisan group champions issues that directly affect you-including Everglades restoration, workforce development, conservation, and more.

Urge your members of Congress to join the bipartisan Congressional Boating Caucus and support the issues that matter most to you!

See the full list of Congressional Boating Caucus members here.
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