The Letter to our Elected Representatives in Congress
Special thanks to you,
INDIANA IBEW came through in a big way. Its much appreciated that you take the moment to make things happen despite there being so much going on, and for your patience with the mis-listing of the states (I triple-, quadruple and quintuple-checked before we sent out the last version that we had it right).
Big thanks is in order is all!
Looking forward to making this New Day on Trade a policy reality!
- James Ploeser
James Ploeser - Senior Organizer
Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch
email@example.com & www.tradewatch.org
+ 202.454.5111 (office) 202.547.7392 (fax)
+ 202.253.9274 (mobile)
++ Check out our blog at www.EyesOnTrade.Org!
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Sponsored by the Central Wabash Valley Building and Construction Trades, the community, elected representatives and candidates came out to the Terre Haute Labor Temple to discuss trade agreements and their effect on local communities, working families, and the economy.
Media coverage was provided by WTHI-TV channel 10 and the Terre Haute Tribune Star. Click on the following links to view the Channel 10 spot and coverage in the Tribune Star. To view the commercial advertising the forum, click here.
Central Wabash Valley Building & Construction Trades Council is sponsoring a:
Fair Trade Voter Forum!
Thursday May 15th - 7pm - Terre Haute Labor Temple - 33 S. 13th St.
*With so much campaign trail attention on trade policies like NAFTA, the Peru Free Trade
Agreement (FTA), the pending Colombian FTA and the global economy, there's no better
time to get educated! Before the next election, join us for an open and free to the public
Terre Haute community discussion, and find out where candidates stand
on this crucial issue affecting all Hoosiers.*
ISU Economics Professor Don Richards - an expert in International Political Economy - will set the
tone and explain the controversy, and we'll hear from local leaders about the impact of trade deals
like NAFTA on working people. Dr. Lisa Phillips from the History Department at ISU will also be part
of the panel. Other panel members to be scheduled. Then we'll get to Q & A for participants.
A Start to Important Links: Global Exchange Global Trade Watch Eyes on Trade