Tea Party Caucus is dead, but other Tea Party groups will form anew.: "Two-odd months ago, I asked a Republican Hill staffer what had happened to the Tea Party Caucus. Launched with great fanfare in 2011, it was often cited in Michele Bachmann's introductions on the presidential campaign trail—'she's the founder of the Tea Party Caucus!'—and it brought luminaries like Antonin Scalia in to educate Republicans. At its height, the caucus had 60 members, but 10 of them lost their 2012 elections.
So how many members remained in the caucus? 'We are actually in the process of re-filing the caucus,' said the staffer."