Cast a vote to show that you support action on China's cheating

Posted by scapozzola on 10/13/2011

Today, as part of their weekly “Debate Club,” U.S. News and World Report published an op-ed by Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Executive Director Scott Paul on why it is imperative for Congress to pass legislation that will tackle China’s currency manipulation.

In the debate piece, Paul pointed out that the legislation passed by the Senate, and under consideration in the House, is bipartisan, enjoys broad public support, and is one of the very few things Washington can do to assist in creating jobs without spending tax dollars.

Help support AAM's fight to stop China’s cheating.  Click HERE and then click the “Up” arrow next to Scott Paul's argument about why the U.S. needs currency legislation. 

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