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U.S.-Korea Trade Deal Statements

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U.S. Manufacturing and Business for Fair Trade

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Take Action!
  • Step 1 is to urge your church, synagogue, union, student group, environmental organization or other civic institution to make an official statement calling on Congress to oppose the job-killing Korea trade deal. See sample statements.
  • Step 2 is to share the statement that your organization approves (please see contact information below). We'll make sure that every member of Congress gets a copy first thing after they are sworn in January 5.


Video: California Fair Trade Coalition Protests the Korea Trade deal

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