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Freedom Caucus Podcast

Rep. Hice Helps Launch Freedom Caucus podcast

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Washington, D.C. , March 7, 2019 | Darin Miller | comments

Washington, D.C. — The House Freedom Caucus released its first podcast today. “The Freedom Caucus Podcast” will feature Freedom Caucus members, as well as congressional allies and grassroots leaders, for policy discussions on debates of the day and upcoming legislative initiatives. Freedom Caucus Communications Chair Jody Hice, former host of “the Jody Hice Show,” will host the weekly podcast.

LINK to the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-671880160/mark-meadows-discusses-the-freedom-caucus-past-present-and-future

Of the podcast, Hice said:

“The closest thing to sitting in a Caucus meeting is sitting in on a discussion between some of the members, without the filter of a media outlet to pick the topic and direct the conversation. On this podcast we’ll cut through some of the misconceptions about the Freedom Caucus and bring individual members on for up-close and personal conversations about policy, politics, and their lives.”

Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows said:

“It’s more important than ever that we work in the minority to keep our constituents informed about what their representatives are doing to defend their freedom and advocate for their rights in Congress. I’m proud of the work that Jody’s doing to make that goal a reality.”

Mission statement of the House Freedom Caucus:

“The House Freedom Caucus gives a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them. We support open, accountable and limited government, the Constitution and the rule of law, and policies that promote the liberty, safety and prosperity of all Americans.”

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