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Caucus

Caucus meetings are meetings of a party or group in an assembly. In partisan parliaments, this is where strategy is formulated.

Since TUXIS is non-partisan, our caucus meetings are used before each Sitting to brief members on what to expect during the upcoming sitting. The Government and Opposition each have their own caucuses, which are led by the Whips.

With the exception of the first and last sitting, the two sides of the House traditionally taunt one another in song before the Speaker enters the chamber.  Caucus meetings are a time to compose these songs. Caucus is an ideal time to raise questions about anything House-related.

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