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FreedomWorks' Member of the Month for April 2019: Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio)

FreedomWorks is proud to honor Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) as our Member of the Month for April 2019. Rep. Davidson represents the people of Ohio’s Eighth Congressional District, which encompasses much of Ohio’s western border with Indiana. He has been in Congress since June of 2016.

04/02/2019
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Congress Should Approve USMCA and Reclaim Its Authority Over Trade

BY Jason Pye

Congress needs to step up and approve the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to ensure a stable economic future with our neighbors. Just as importantly, Congress must pass legislation like the Bicameral Congressional Trade Authority Act, H.R. 940 and S. 287, to restore its constitutional authority over trade.

03/13/2019
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The Tariffs Nobody Wants

BY Stephen Moore

In almost every case, whenever a tariff or quota is imposed on imports, that tax is strongly supported by the domestic industry getting the protective shield from lower-priced foreign competition. The sugar industry supports sugar tariffs; textile mills lobby for tariffs on foreign clothing. The steel industry and the aluminum makers are getting rich off of the high taxes on imported metals.

03/12/2019
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The USMCA is a Bad Trade Deal, But It's Not All Bad

As the newly-negotiated trade agreement between the United States, Mexico, and Canada (USMCA) came to light, pundits and politicians rushed to process what the re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) meant for global trade. The best, most level-headed take likely came from Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), who said via Twitter that the agreement is “marginally better in some ways and materially worse in some ways.”

10/09/2018
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Victory for Trade as Administration Rejects Boeing's Crony Request

Last month, the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) voted unanimously against Boeing in a trade case it brought against its rival, Bombardier. Boeing had argued that Bombardier had illegally harmed their business by offering Delta Airlines a series of jets at a low rate. This claim was dubious, and was a clear attempt to try and eliminate their competition. The ITC’s decision is a victory for trade and anti-cronyism.

02/09/2018
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Issue Analysis

NAFTA Reform Must Better Protect Intellectual Property

As the Trump administration seeks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, a key issue for U.S. trade negotiators is better and more enforceable protections of intellectual property (IP) rights. This must include more legally binding protections of patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and other engines of invention and creation, which face a growing array of threats in foreign markets, including even our closest North American trade partners.

10/18/2017
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Is TPP Free Trade and Should We Support It?

In February of 2016, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) deal was signed by 12-member states – Australia, the United States, New Zealand, Peru, Malaysia, Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Mexico, Brunei, and Chile - after several years of negotiations. The deal was technically reached in October 2015, followed in November by the release of the trade deal’s text comprised of a whopping 30 chapters of information.

09/12/2016
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A TPA-Style Rundown of TPP and TTIP

In true D.C. form, a series of acronyms regarding trade have erupted onto center stage. Although it seems these terms just popped onto the scene, the efforts behind each have been ongoing for several years.

01/14/2016
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Pros and Cons

After a decade of negotiations between a dozen different countries, it appears that the Trans-Pacific Partnership is finally ready for review and an eventual vote by the Senate, likely to come in January. The deal is controversial, which is unsurprising given its length and complexity, but based on what we know of it so far, there is plenty to comment on.

10/12/2015
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Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Export-Import Bank

Democrats in Congress are pushing to reauthorize the expiring, crony-capitalist Export-Import Bank. Conservatives who are consistent will fight it.

07/18/2014

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