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To hide the facts about failed trade policies, proponents are changing the data
Dec. 14 - As Government Data Show Another Record Monthly U.S. Trade Deficit and Increasing Manufacturing Job Loss in Corpus Christi Region, Rep. Ortiz’s CAFTA Vote Still in Spotlight
"Democracy Sold Out - CAFTA Approved by Pork and a Hill of Beans," CommonDreams.org, July 28, 2005.
Call and ask to speak with a Trade Legislative Assistant, and tell them that Representative Ortiz's bad CAFTA vote is not supported by the citizens of Texas's 27th District!
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