Promises Made, Promises Kept On USMCA
Today, The Heralded USMCA Trade Agreement Comes Into Force And Will Replace The Disastrous Joe Biden-Supported NAFTA
PROMISES MADE, PROMISES KEPT AS PRESIDENT TRUMP’S USMCA TRADE AGREEMENT COMES INTO FORCE TODAY
- Today , President Trump’s USMCA trade deal goes into effect and has the potential to add 588,000 jobs and grow U.S. GDP by $235 billion.
- The USMCA trade deal comes into force after President Trump promised to re-negotiate the disastrous NAFTA trade deal during the 2016 campaign.
- Governors around the country have endorsed the USMCA and urged congress to pass the trade deal.
- Democrats and their friends in the media once doubted President Trump could accomplish the USMCA saying it was ” all bluster .”
- The USMCA has been widely lauded as a ” clear win ” and one of the Trump Administration’s ” biggest legislative victories .”
- The USMCA has been widely endorsed by more than 600 companies and business associations.
PRESIDENT TRUMP’S USMCA TRADE DEAL WILL REPLACE THE DISASTEROUS TRADE AGREEMENT SUPPORTED BY DEMOCRAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOE BIDEN
- On November 20, 1993, despite warnings from labor leaders in Delaware that job losses in the United States would ” just get worse ,” then-Senator Joe Biden voted in favor of NAFTA.
- Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics reveals that the U.S. has lost 4.5 million manufacturing jobs since NAFTA took effect.
- On the Senate floor, Biden downplayed arguments against NAFTA calling them ” vastly, vastly, vastly overblown ” and spent time explaining how labor’s view of NAFTA was wrong.
- Biden’s predictions have proved completely wrong as NAFTA has had a devastating impact on U.S. jobs with the Economic Policy Institute reporting more than 850,000 jobs lost between 1993 and 2013.
- Additionally, NAFTA has had a devastating effect on U.S. manufacturing with some reports citing 350,000 jobs lost in the U.S. auto sector since its implementation.
- According to Public Citizen , since NAFTA’s creation, there have been thousands of job losses certified under just one Department of Labor program since NAFTA.
- Arizona : “31,691 Arizona trade-related job losses.
- Colorado : 34,463 Colorado trade-related job losses.
- Florida : 48,284 Florida trade-related job losses.
- Georgia : 101,132 Georgia trade-related job losses.
- Iowa : 31,390 Iowa trade-related job losses.
- Maine : 25,963 Maine trade-related job losses.
- Michigan : 174,393 Michigan trade-related job losses.
- Minnesota : 52,419 Minnesota trade-related job losses.
- Nevada : 4,882 Nevada trade-related job losses.
- New Hampshire : 12,237 New Hampshire trade-related job losses.
- New Mexico : 15,730 New Mexico trade-related job losses.
- North Carolina : 229,032 North Carolina trade-related job losses.
- Ohio : 161,237 Ohio trade-related job losses.
- Pennsylvania : 197,582 Pennsylvania trade-related job losses.
- Texas : 193,431 Texas trade-related job losses.
- Virginia : 79,090 Virginia trade-related job losses.
- Wisconsin : 83,513 Wisconsin trade-related job losses.
PROMISES MADE, PROMISES KEPT AS PRESIDENT TRUMP’S USMCA TRADE AGREEMENT COMES INTO FORCE TODAY
Today, President Trump’s USMCA Trade Deal Goes Into Effect And Has The Potential To Add 588,000 Jobs And Grow U.S. GDP By $235 Billion
The USMCA Trade Deal Will Enter Into Effect On July 1, 2020. ( CBP , Accessed 06/29/20)
The White House: USMCA Has The Potential To Create Nearly 600,000 Jobs And Generate Up To $235 Billion In Economic Activity. ( The White House , 01/29/20)
- The U.S. International Trade Commission, A Bipartisan Agency Whose Review Is Required For Any Trade Deal, Stated The USMCA Has The Potential To Raise U.S. GDP By $235 Billion And Generate 588,000 Jobs. ( United States International Trade Commission , 04/18/19)
The USMCA Trade Deal Comes Into Force After President Trump Promised To Negotiate The Disastrous NAFTA Trade Deal During The 2016 Campaign
On The Campaign Trail, Candidate Donald Trump Called The North American Free Trade Agreement “A Total Disaster For The U.S.” CANDIDATE DONALD TRUMP: “NAFTA, as an example, has been a total disaster for the U.S. and has emptied our states of our manufacturing and our jobs. Never again. Only the reverse will happen. We will keep our jobs and bring in new ones. There will be consequences for companies that leave the U.S. only to exploit it later.” (Donald J. Trump, Remarks On Foreign Policy At The National Press Club , Washington D.C., 4/27/16)
Candidate Trump: My Plan “Includes A Total Renegotiation Of NAFTA So Our Jobs Can Come Back.” TRUMP: “My plan also includes a total renegotiation of NAFTA so our jobs can come back. [applause] And if we can’t make a much, much better deal than we have right now, we will walk. [applause]” (Donald J. Trump, Remarks At The Summit Sports And Ice Complex , Dimondale, Michigan, 8/19/16)
Governors Around The Country Have Endorsed The USMCA And Urged Congress To Pass The Trade Deal
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey: “I Join @RealDonaldTrump In Encouraging Congress To Ratify The #USMCAnow.” ( Twitter Feed , 07/10/19)
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy: “US-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal Would Bring Great Benefits – Dems Should OK It.” ( Fox News , 10/12/19)
“Arizona Gov. Ducey Pushes New North American Trade Agreement.” ( U.S. News , 09/16/19)
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson: “#USMCA Is Good News For AR & AR Farmers…This Is A Victory For American Workers & Pres @realDonaldTrump.” ( Twitter Feed , 10/01/18)
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signed Onto A Letter Urging “Congress To Pass The USMCA Quickly So American Workers Can Begin Reaping The Benefits Of Improved Trade With Our North American Neighbors.” ( Letter To Congress , 06/20/19)
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp: “USMCA Will Spur Job Creation, Create New Opportunities For Our Farmers And Ensure A Bright And Promising Future For Hardworking Americans.” ( Facebook , 12/11/19)
Idaho Governor Brad Little: “Now, More Than Ever, We Need Support For Trump’s Trade Agreement With Canada And Mexico.” ( Idaho Office Of The Governor , 12/11/29)
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb: “USMCA Deal Is Crucial To Hoosier Economy.” ( Courier Press , 09/04/19)
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds: “USMCA Is A Strong, Balanced, And Modern Trade Agreement That Will Create Opportunities For Iowa Families, Farmers, Manufacturers And Small Businesses” ( Office Of The Governor Of Iowa , 12/10/19)
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly: “Ratifying USMCA, As Well As Improving Relations With Our Trading Partners Around The Globe, Will Benefit Our Agriculture Sector And The Economy As a Whole” ( Kanas Office Of The Governor , 08/01/19)
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan: “Agreements Like USMCA Are Essential To Ensuring Future Prosperity For Our Nation And For The State Of Maryland” ( Southern Maryland Chronicle , 12/11/19)
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker: “Ratification Of USMCA Is Imperative” ( Trade Works For America , 04/05/19)
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz On USMCA: “Get That Thing Done” ( Minnesota Chamber Of Commerce , 10/11/19)
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant: “The USMCA Is A Big Win For America’s Economy” ( Twitter Feed , 09/10/19)
Missouri Governor Mike Parson: “The #USMCA Trade Deal Is Particularly Important To Missouri.” ( Twitter Feed , 09/10/19)
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts On USMCMA: “Approval Of This Trade Agreement Will Expand Opportunities For Nebraska’s Farm Families, And We Look Forward To Its Final Approval.” ( Office Of Governor Pete Ricketts , 12/10/19)
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu On USMCA: “I Urge New Hampshire’s Congressional Delegation To Get The Job Done And Vote In Favor Of This Deal.” ( New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu , 12/10/19)
North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum: “The USMCA Is A Tremendous Opportunity To Benefit Our Farmers, Ranchers, Business Owners And Innovators.” ( North Dakota Office Of The Governor , 12/10/19)
Northern Mariana Islands Governor Ralph Torres Signed Onto A Letter Urging “Congress To Pass The USMCA Quickly So American Workers Can Begin Reaping The Benefits Of Improved Trade With Our North American Neighbors.” ( Letter To Congress , 06/20/19)
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine: “We Need To Pass #USMCA Now.” ( Twitter Feed , 10/11/19)
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt: “The Time Is Now For Congress To Ratify USMCA For The Benefit Of Oklahoma” ( Tulsa World , 07/11/19)
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster: “The USMCA That @realDonaldTrump Negotiated Will Be A Win for South Carolina And All Of America.” ( Twitter Feed , 11/13/19)
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem: “The USMCA Is An agreement That Delivers A Win For – Farmers, Ranchers, Businesses And Workers.” ( Facebook , 11/13/19)
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee: “The USMCA Is A 21st Century Trade Deal For A 21stCentury Market That Will Fuel Economic Growth Right Here In Tennessee.” ( Twitter Feed , 09/10/19)
Texas Governor Greg Abbot On USMCA: “This Will Be Great For Jobs In Texas.” ( Twitter Feed , 12/13/19)
Utah Governor Gary Herbert: “Trade Is The Lifeblood Of Utah’s Economy And I Was Pleased To Join My Fellow Governors In Asking Congress To Approve The #USMCA.” ( Twitter Feed , 06/20/19)
Vermont Governor Phil Scott On USMCA: “It Will Help Vermont Businesses And Expand Access For Vermont Dairy Farmers To Canadian Markets.” ( WCAX 3 , 12/11/19)
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice: “No Question The USMCA Will Bring Opportunity And Job Growth To Our Entire Nation And To WV As Well.” ( Twitter Feed , 10/01/19)
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon: “The #USMCA Improves Agriculture Market Access For Wyoming’s Farmers And Ranchers And Will Help Boost Export Sales For Our Companies.” ( Twitter Feed , 09/10/19)
Democrats And Their Friends In The Media Once Doubted President Trump Could Accomplish The USMCA
The Washington Post : “Democrats Predict A Trump Sellout On NAFTA.” ( The Washington Post , 5/18/17)
The Washington Post : “Trump Is All Bluster On Trade…” ( The Washington Post , 3/9/18)
The New Yorker: “What Is Donald Trump’s Trade Policy? Nobody Knows” ( The New Yorker , 5/1/18)
In 2017, The New York Times‘ Paul Krugman Said President Trump’s Trade Policy Was “Nowhere To Be Seen In Practice.” “So far, however, nothing has happened. Not only is Trumpist trade policy – Trumptrade? – nowhere to be seen in practice; there isn’t even any indication of what it will involve.” ( The New York Times , 4/3/17)
- Krugman: “Is Trump Following Some Kind Of Clever Political Strategy On Trade? I Don’t Think So.” “Is Trump following some kind of clever political strategy on trade? I don’t think so. I think he’s genuinely ignorant, and gets more belligerent the worse things look.” (Paul Krugman, Twitter Feed , 8/4/18)
Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Said “President Trump Has Talked A Good Game, But Done Virtually Nothing On Trade But Study It.” “Sen. Schumer: “The problem is President Trump has talked a good game, but done virtually nothing on trade but study it.” (Binyamin Applebaum, Twitter Feed , August 2, 2017)
House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) Said “For All His Rhetoric, President Trump Looks To Be Sorely Disappointing American Workers On NAFTA & Trade.” “For all his rhetoric, President Trump looks to be sorely disappointing American workers on NAFTA & trade.” (Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Twitter Feed , May 18, 2017)
Asked What The Chances Were Of The White House Renegotiating NAFTA, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Expressed Doubt Saying “I’ll Be Dammed If I Know.” “The talks are not scheduled to resume until next year, but Brown told one caller that disarray within the White House West Wing could add to the delay. ‘Given the chaos within the White House, what are the chances of NAFTA being renegotiated?’ one Ohioan asked Brown in an e-mailed question relayed by CWA Legislative Director Shane Larson. ‘I wish you hadn’t asked me that,’ Brown joked, before adding seriously, ‘I’ll be damned if I know.'” ( People’s World , 11/15/17)
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) Said The Trump Administration Did Not Have A Clear Framework To Renegotiate NAFTA And The President’s Trade Policy Raised More Questions Than Answers. “As someone who voted against NAFTA, I believe the agreement must be improved so that New Jersey’s working families receive more benefits from trade. The Administration’s notice to renegotiate has provided no clear policy goals and raises more questions than answers for American workers.” ( Sen. Bob Menendez , 5/17/17)
The USMCA Has Been Widely Lauded As A Victory For The Trump Administration
The New York Times : The USMCA Agreement Is One Of President Trump’s “Biggest Legislative Victories.” “The agreement on a revised United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement was announced on Tuesday by Speaker Nancy Pelosi after months of negotiations, handing Mr. Trump one of his biggest legislative victories less than an hour after she unveiled articles of impeachment.” ( The New York Time s , 12/14/19)
The New York Times : President Trump’s Campaign Promise To Secure A New Trade Deal Is A “Crucial Victory.” ” The timing of the handshake agreement offers Mr. Trump a crucial victory to promote on the campaign trail during his re-election bid and House Democrats tangible proof that they are able to legislate while preparing to vote on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress against the president.” ( The New York Times , 12/14/19)
The Washington Post : The USMCA “Is A Clear Win For The President.” “This is a clear win for the president. He got a legit, comprehensive deal done with two foreign countries and Democrats, who are currently trying to impeach him. He can also say he delivered on a key campaign promise: to renegotiate or ‘terminate’ NAFTA. The deal should be a positive for the U.S. economy, another boost in an already improving economic picture for 2020. It also gives him confidence and momentum in his trade battle with China.” ( The Washington Post , 12/10/19)
- The President’s Administration Has Completed One Of The Biggest U.S. Free Trades Deals Since 1994. “U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer has gotten the biggest U.S. free-trade deal to the finish line since 1994. It’s no small task, and he managed to do it in a way that has about everyone celebrating.” ( The Washington Post , 12/10/19)
The Wall Street Journal : The USMCA Is Expected To Boost Benefits For Agriculture, Technology, Manufacturing, And Other Business Sectors. “The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is expected to usher in tangible benefits for agriculture, technology, manufacturing and other business sectors, industry analysts say. Farmers are likely to see more exports. More auto parts are expected to be made in the U.S., and e-commerce and data companies say the trade pact will allow them to expand internationally.” ( The Wall Street Journal , 12/10/19)
The USMCA Has Been Widely Endorsed By Major Companies And Associations
More Than 600 Companies And Associations Have Endorsed The USMCA Agreement And Joined The USMCA Coalition Which Works To Urge Congress To Support The Deal. ( The USMCA Coalition , Accessed 12/16/19)
USMCA Coalition: “We Are A Group Of U.S. Companies And Associations Working To Secure Congressional Approval Of The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). “We are a group of U.S. companies and associations working to secure congressional approval of the United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).” ( USMCA Coalition , Accessed 05/28/19)
- “The USMCA Preserves And Strengthens The Benefits Of North American Trade for American Workers, Farmers, Businesses, And Consumers.” “The USMCA preserves and strengthens the benefits of North American trade for American workers, farmers, businesses, and consumers.” ( USMCA Coalition , Accessed 05/28/19)
PRESIDENT TRUMP’S USMCA TRADE DEAL WILL REPLACE THE DISASTEROUS TRADE AGREEMENT SUPPORTED BY DEMOCRAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOE BIDEN
On November 20, 1993, Despite Warnings From Labor Leaders In Delaware That Job Losses In The United States Would “Just Get Worse,” Democrat President Candidate Joe Biden Voted In Favor Of The North American Free Trade Agreement
According To Local Labor Leaders, At The Delaware County Fair Trade Campaign, “More Than 12,600 Local Jobs At 50 Delaware County Plants” Would Be Made “Vulnerable” Because Of NAFTA. “The Delaware County (Pa.) Fair Trade Campaign, an anti-NAFTA coalition of labor, environmental, peace, religious and community organization, said more than 12,600 local jobs at 50 Delaware County plants ‘are vulnerable’ under the treaty.” (The News Journal [Delaware], 11/14/19)
Delaware’s AFL-CIO President Edward J. Peterson Claimed That “Under NAFTA, The Loss Of Jobs In The United States ‘Will Just Get Worse.'” “Delaware AFL-CIO president Edward J. ‘Pete’ Peterson said that under NAFTA, the loss of jobs in the United States ‘will just get worse.'” ( The News Journal [Delaware], 11/14/19)
Peterson Added That The Rate Of Job Loss Under NAFTA Would Go “‘Faster, While U.S. Corporations Pocket The 13 Percent Tariff’ That Would Be Eliminated Under The Accord.” “‘Jobs have already gone south and they’ll go south even faster, while U.S. corporations pocket the 13 percent tariff’ that would be eliminated under the accord, Peterson said.” (The News Journal [Delaware], 11/14/19)
Despite Labor Losses, “One Of Delaware’s Largest Industries, Banking,” Was Expected To “Benefit Dramatically From NAFTA.” “One of Delaware’s largest industries, banking, is expected to benefit dramatically from NAFTA.” (The News Journal [Delaware], 11/14/19)
According To The Delaware’s News Journal, Under NAFTA, “Banking Regulations Would Change Allowing Banks, Brokerage Firms And Insurance Companies Free Access To The Mexican Market,” And Delaware’s “Massive Credit-Card Segment Could Ultimately Expand Into Mexico.” “Under the accord, banking regulations would change allowing banks, brokerage firms and insurance companies free access to the Mexican market after bans on foreign ownership are eliminated in six years. The state’s massive credit-card segment could ultimately expand into Mexico .” (The News Journal [Delaware], 11/14/19)
On November 20, 1993, Biden Voted In Favor Of NAFTA. “A bill to implement the North American Free Trade Agreement.” (H.R. 3450, CQ Vote #395: Adopted 61-38: R 34-10; D 27-28, 11/20/93, Biden Voted Yea)
On The Senate Floor, Biden Downplayed Arguments For And Against NAFTA Calling Them “Vastly, Vastly, Vastly Overblown” And Spent Time Explaining How Labor’s View Of NAFTA Was Wrong
In November 1993, In The Midst Of The NAFTA Debate, Biden Denied That NAFTA Would Be A “Politically” Difficult Vote And Called Arguments For And Against It “Vastly, Vastly Overblown.” Biden: “I, like most Americans, have been listening to this debate. I must admit that I’ve been mildly preoccupied the last week or so with another legislative matter, but this has not been far from my mind. It is a difficult vote, not politically, it is simply a difficult vote. It is a difficult vote because notwithstanding all I’ve heard from the proponents and the opponents of NAFTA, and I single out no particular individual. Despite all I’ve heard, I quite frankly think that both the arguments for and against NAFTA are vastly, vastly, vastly overblown.” ( C-SPAN , 11/19/93)
Biden Admitted That He Wasn’t An “Expert On International Trade Matters,” But Believed That As Far As “Creating Jobs Or Losing Jobs” NAFTA Would Be A “Wash.” Biden: “As I look at this issue, and I do not pretend to be an expert on international trade matters. I see it in the end that 3 – 5 – 7- 10 years from now we’re going to look down at this issue, and in terms of the context in which it is being debated, about creating jobs or losing jobs, this is essentially going to be a wash.” ( C-SPAN , 11/19/93)
At The Time, Biden Recognized That Workers Had A “Legitimate Reason To Be Concerned” About NAFTA, But He Still Called The Free Trade Agreement A “Positive Thing To Do.” Biden: “I am supporting NAFTA because I think that it is a positive thing to do, but not because I think it’s gonna cure the workers’ fears who have legitimate reason to be concerned. It will not exacerbate their concerns, it will not exacerbate their circumstance, but it will not help it very much in the short run.” ( C-SPAN , 11/19/93)
According To Biden, He Didn’t Buy “Labor’s Argument That NAFTA Would Result In The Migration Of Low-Wage Factory Jobs To Mexico.” “Biden isn’t sure he accepts labor’s argument that NAFTA would result in the migration of low-wage factory jobs to Mexico.” ( The News Journal [Delaware], 9/19/93)
Biden Sided With Corporations And Claimed That, “American Companies Don’t Make Decisions Solely Based On Wages, Because If They Did, They’d All Be Headed South.” “‘I think that theory is flawed,’ he said. ‘ American companies don’t make decisions solely based on wages, because if they did, they’d all be headed south .'” (The News Journal [Delaware], 9/19/93)
Biden’s Predictions Have Proved Completely Wrong As NAFTA’s Had A Devastating Impact On U.S. Jobs
According To Economic Policy Institute, Between 1993 And 2013, NAFTA Was Responsible For 850,000 Jobs Lost In The United States. ( Economic Policy Institute , 04/10/01)
- Michigan, Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia, Lost More Than 20,000 Jobs. ( Economic Policy Institute , 04/10/01)
According To A 2014 PIIE Study, 15,000 Jobs Are Lost Each Year Due To NAFTA. “A 2014 PIIE study of NAFTA’s effects found that about 15,000 jobs on net are lost each year due to the pact-but that for each of those jobs lost, the economy gains roughly $450,000 in the form of higher productivity and lower consumer prices.” ( Council On Foreign Relations , 10/04/18)
- The Peterson Institute For International Economics (PIIE) Is A Private Nonpartisan Institution Committed To The Discussion Of International Economic Policy. “The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) is a private, nonpartisan nonprofit institution committed to rigorous, intellectually open, and indepth study and discussion of international economic policy. Its purpose is to identify and analyze important issues to make globalization beneficial and sustainable for the people of the United States and the world and to develop and communicate practical new approaches for dealing with challenges confronting the global economy.” ( Peterson Institute For International Economics , 6/19/18)
Additionally, NAFTA Had A Devastating Effect On U.S. Manufacturing With Some Reports Citing 350,000 Jobs Lost Since In The U.S. Auto Sector Its Creation
By 2018, The U.S. Auto Sector Lost 350,000 Jobs Since 1994 While The Mexican Auto Sector Employment Spiked From 120,000 To 550,000 Workers. “Many workers and labor leaders point to these numbers to blame trade, including NAFTA, for the decline in U.S. manufacturing jobs. The U.S. auto sector lost some 350,000 jobs since 1994-a third of the industry-while Mexican auto sector employment spiked from 120,000 to 550,000 workers.” ( Council On Foreign Relations , 10/04/18)
Mexico’s Manufacturing Industry Has Dramatically Expanded Since NAFTA, Directly Impacting U.S. Workers. “Mexico’s average wage for a manufacturing worker is less than $3.00 per hour, and its repression of workers’ rights is a major contributing factor. Mexico’s manufacturing industry has dramatically expanded since NAFTA, with a direct negative impact on U.S. workers.” ( Economic Policy Institute , 01/10/18)
- Mexico’s Low Average Wage For Manufacturing Workers And Its Repression Of Workers Rights Is A Major Contributing Factor. “Mexico’s average wage for a manufacturing worker is less than $3.00 per hour, and its repression of workers’ rights is a major contributing factor.” ( Economic Policy Institute , 01/10/18)
According To Public Citizen, Since NAFTA’s Creation, There Have Been Thousands Of Jobs Lost In Key Election States.
According To Public Citizen, Since NAFTA, There Have Been Thousands Of Job Losses In Key Election States Across The Country. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Arizona: 31,691 Arizona Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Colorado: 34,463 Colorado Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Florida: 48,284 Florida Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Georgia: 101,132 Georgia Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Iowa: 31,390 Iowa Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Maine: 25,963 Maine Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Michigan: 174,393 Michigan Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Minnesota: 52,419 Minnesota Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Nevada: 4,882 Nevada Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• New Hampshire: 12,237 New Hampshire Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• New Mexico: 15,730 New Mexico Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• North Carolina: 229,032 North Carolina Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Ohio: 161,237 Ohio Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Pennsylvania: 197,582 Pennsylvania Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Texas: 193,431 Texas Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Virginia: 79,090 Virginia Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)
• Wisconsin: 83,513 Wisconsin Trade-related Job Losses Certified Under Just One Dept. of Labor Program Since NAFTA. ( Public Citizen , Accessed 06/30/20)