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‘State of the Unions’ Podcast: Not Good Enough
In the latest episode of "State of the Unions," podcast co-hosts Julie and Tim talk to AFL-CIO Trade Policy Specialist Celeste Drake about flaws in the proposed new NAFTA and outline the labor movement's high standards for current and future trade agreements.
Letter Urging Representatives to Oppose Efforts to Advance a Flawed New NAFTA
Letter to representatives stating the AFL-CIO and its affiliates will oppose any effort to advance a new NAFTA trade deal until the text of the agreement is improved for working families and Mexico has implemented real labor law reform.
USITC Report Backs Up the Need to Fix New NAFTA to Add Real Enforcement
On April 18, the United States International Trade Commission released its analysis of the likely economic impacts of the new NAFTA (also known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement or USMCA). The report supports the AFL-CIO’s position on the new NAFTA: Congress should not vote on it until it is fixed.