LIVEBLOG: #SOSJobs Rally Closes With Demand for Government Action to Curb Unfair Trade by America’s Trading Partners.
At today's #SOSJobs Rally in Munhall, Pennsylvania to protest the dumping of foreign steel in the U.S. market, Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) President Scott Paul closed the event by assembling onstage all the elected officials in attendance.
Paul reiterated the need to text “steel” to 91990, so that the crowd’s voices would be heard well beyond the U.S. Steel Research Center where the protesters had rallied.
“We will get this done,” he said. He invited the crowd to join him once again in thundering, “Gotta do somethin’/ to stop that dumpin’.”
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