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Trump’s visit to the former tank plant north of Detroit came a day after he signed into law the so-called United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), a replacement for the much-maligned North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed by then-President Bill Clinton … Continue reading
We are proud to be a constant advocate for U.S. manufacturing in the halls of Congress, and the bills introduced will help give our local manufacturers fair access to resources they need to boost jobs. — Rep. Reed Tom Reed … Continue reading
“Listening is always the right thing to do …”–Tom Reed (Tom would do well to practice what he preaches.) Reed Fights for Jobs Tom wrote: Tom Reed continued his fight for U.S. manufacturing jobs and his commitment to working … Continue reading
The House considered and passed three bad bills unlikely to be considered by the Senate and likely to be vetoed should they reach President Obama. Explanations for these three bills are based on Rep. Michael Capuano’s weekly e-mail. H.R. … Continue reading
Joseph Kennedy III and Tom Reed are an odd couple–Kennedy is a Liberal Democrat from Boston, while Reed is a Conservative Republican from a largely rural district in western NY. It seems unlikely that they would agree on anything, yet … Continue reading
He knows nothing; and he thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.–George Bernard Shaw” The revolving door between the Capitol and K Street needs to be noticed even in far-off Western NY. The National Association of … Continue reading