NAFTA 101: What You Need to Know as NAFTA Renegotiations Begin

Nearly a quarter century has passed since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was initially negotiated and its impact on working class communities across the nation has been well documented. But with decades having
passed since the original NAFTA debate, it is worth reviewing the specific NAFTA terms that resulted in these outcomes as well as the results that have received less public attention.

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China 101 Series: U.S.-China Strategic Interaction: The Importance of Military-to-Military Ties. Today from 1:00 pm-2:00 pm 2167 RHOB

As Co-Chairs of the US-China Working Group, we wanted to flag this invite for a China 101 Series with the US-Asia Institute. These briefings will take place on Mondays (excluding federal holidays) until June 17th from the hours of 1-2 pm. If you have any
questions or would like to join the US-China Working Group, please contact Terra Sabag of Congressman Larsen’s staff at
Terra.Sabag@mail.house.gov or Ashley Antoskiewicz of Congressman LaHood’s staff at
Ashley.Antoskiewicz@mail.house.gov.

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Veterans, Law Enforcement, Labor, and Business Groups Support H.R. 2213

As Democrats, we reject President Trump’s border and immigration agenda which vilifies immigrant communities and puts our security at risk.  His agenda is terribly cruel, ill-informed, and misguided.  Not only does the President continue to cast a false
light on immigrants as dangerous, violent criminals but he recently released a budget that made drastic cuts to many programs including first responder support to pay for a $20 billion border wall on the Southwest border that has little chance of having a
measurable security impact.

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Support U.S. Cloud Service Providers – Sign McMorris Rodgers-Kilmer Letter Urging the Administration to Protect U.S. CSPs from new Chinese Regulations

Join us in sending a letter to Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross expressing concerns over steps the Chinese government is taking to restrict U.S. cloud service providers from providing services in China.  The letter urges the Administration to use the 100-Day
Action Plan of the U.S.-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue to secure a commitment from the Chinese government that it will not use measures intended to restrict market access to American Cloud Service Providers (CSPs). 

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