We Need a New Trade Model (v. 5)

Please join me as I reintroduce the Balancing Trade Act of 2017. Bad trade deals have led to a loss of nearly 4 million American jobs and a deficit of $43.6 billion.  Now more than ever we need a trade policy that grows the economy and creates jobs in the
United States.

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Deadline at Noon – Join Letter to Preserve Jobs and Support Fair Suspension Agreements

As you may be aware, the Department of Commerce held a meeting on May 1 to discuss the prospect of resuming collection of anti-dumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) on sugar imports. We are concerned that a decision to further increase tariffs on
imported sugar will lead to an increase in the price of food for American consumers, and could threaten over 600,000 direct jobs in communities across the country, in addition to countless more jobs that would be indirectly associated by such adverse actions.

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Cosponsor the Promoting Transparency in Trade Act (v. 5)

One of the things that has become clear to a number of us on both sides of the aisle is that working men and women in this country have become increasingly concerned bad trade deals that they believe have shipped U.S. jobs overseas. They worry that something
could happen to their own job at any moment. They have witnessed the decline of the American manufacturing base, increasing trade deficits with many countries, and the impact all of this is having in small town after small town in many of our districts.

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Staff Briefing on U.S.- Canada Softwood Lumber Trade Issues

We invite you to a briefing this Friday, May 19th at 10:00 am in Rayburn 2253 to discuss softwood lumber trade issues between Canada and the U.S. which have recently grabbed headlines as the Administration moves towards announcing
negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

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Cosponsor Bipartisan ASEAN Resolution (v. 3)

As the cofounders of the Congressional Caucus on ASEAN, we invite you to cosponsor a resolution recognizing the 50th anniversary of the establishment
of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and highlighting member nations’ contributions to stability, prosperity, and peace in Southeast Asia.

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Ensure Federal Government Purchases American Flags Made In America

Sending Office: Honorable Cheri Bustos Sent By: Trevor.Reuschel@mail.house.gov   Request for Cosponsor(s) Ensure Federal Government Purchase American Flags Made In America Be an Original Cosponsor, the All-American Flag Act Cosponsors at the end of the 114th Congress: Amodei, Beatty, Bera, Sanford Bishop, Robert Brady, Susan Brooks, Brown, Brownley, Bucshon, Butterfield, Carney, Cartwright, Castor, Chu, Cicilline, […]

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We Need a New Trade Model (v. 4)

Please join me as I reintroduce the Balancing Trade Act of 2017. Bad trade deals have led to a loss of nearly 4 million American jobs and a deficit of $43.6 billion.  Now more than ever we need a trade policy that grows the economy and creates jobs in the
United States.

Read More

Cosponsor Bipartisan ASEAN Resolution (v. 2)

As the cofounders of the Congressional Caucus on ASEAN, we invite you to cosponsor a resolution recognizing the 50th anniversary of the establishment
of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and highlighting member nations’ contributions to stability, prosperity, and peace in Southeast Asia.

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