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Paper & Packaging Caucus Welcomes New U.S. House Leadership

Bipartisan leaders Congressmen Dan Newhouse and Lou Correa to serve as new House Paper & Packaging Caucus Co-Chairs

WASHINGTON – The Paper & Packaging Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, today, announced new bipartisan leadership.

Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA-4) and Congressman Lou Correa (D-CA-46) will serve as Co-Chairs representing the U.S. paper and wood products industry.

They join the continued bipartisan leadership of Co-Chairs in the U.S. Senate: Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Senator John Boozman (R-AR).

“We are excited to welcome the new Co-Chairs of the House Paper & Packaging Caucus,” said AF&PA President and CEO Heidi Brock. “We are one of the largest manufacturing industries in the United States. The Paper & Packaging Caucus supports policies that help our industry grow, create jobs and foster global market competition for sustainable paper and wood products. These are essential products, made from renewable resources, and used every day by millions of Americans.”

“The Paper & Packaging Caucus is a bipartisan, bicameral caucus highlighting the importance and economic significance of the paper and wood products industry,” said Christian Fischer, President and CEO of Georgia-Pacific LLC and Chair of the AF&PA Board of Directors. “We look forward to working with Congressmen Newhouse and Correa, and welcome other lawmakers to join us, as we work toward common-sense, bipartisan policies that advance U.S. manufacturing and create sustainable products.”

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The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) serves to advance U.S. paper and wood products manufacturers through fact-based public policy and marketplace advocacy. The forest products industry is circular by nature. AF&PA member companies make essential products from renewable and recyclable resources, generate renewable bioenergy and are committed to continuous improvement through the industry’s sustainability initiative —Better Practices, Better Planet 2030: Sustainable Products for a Sustainable Future. The forest products industry accounts for approximately 5% of the total U.S. manufacturing GDP, manufactures about $350 billion in products annually and employs about 925,000 people. The industry meets a payroll of about $65 billion annually and is among the top 10 manufacturing sector employers in 43 states. Visit AF&PA online at or follow us on Twitter @ForestandPaper