LAST CALL – SIGN ON LETTER: Protect American Workers from Outsourcing Under NAFTA – DEADLINE TODAY

Please join us in sending a letter to United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (USTR) regarding the importance of addressing low wages and labor policies in Mexico in the negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This letter
highlights Mexico’s suppressed wages and lack of labor rights as the primary driver of outsourcing of U.S. manufacturing jobs under NAFTA. 

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EXTENDED – SIGN ON LETTER: Protect American Workers from Outsourcing Under NAFTA – DEADLINE January 18th

Please join us in sending a letter to United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (USTR) regarding the importance of addressing low wages and labor policies in Mexico in the negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This letter
highlights Mexico’s suppressed wages and lack of labor rights as the primary driver of outsourcing of U.S. manufacturing jobs under NAFTA. 

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SIGN ON LETTER: Protect American Workers from Outsourcing Under NAFTA – DEADLINE TODAY

Please join us in sending a letter to United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (USTR) regarding the importance of addressing low wages and labor policies in Mexico in the negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). This letter
highlights Mexico’s suppressed wages and lack of labor rights as the primary driver of outsourcing of U.S. manufacturing jobs under NAFTA. 

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The Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act (included in S. 140) Would Breach Minimum International Labor Standards

On January 10, the House will vote on S. 140, which will include H.R. 986, the
Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act. This bill would strip workers of protections they currently enjoy under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) to organize and collectively bargain at
any enterprise owned and operated by an Indian tribe that is located on tribal lands. It does this by excluding such tribal enterprises from the definition of a covered employer under the NLRA.

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