LIVEBLOG: Steelworkers Call for Action to Curb Unfair Trade at #SOSJobs Rally in Texas.

Posted by scapozzola on 06/02/2014

At this morning's #SOSJobs rally in Lone Star, Texas, U. S. Steel Lone Star Tubular Operations Plant Manager Brent Sansing and local USW president Oodie Royal urged Washington to create a level playing field for the nation's steel industry:

We can not compete in an unfair market.  We need our trade laws enforced.  We make the best steel in the world.  As long as Washington enforces the rules we can compete with anyone.

Learn more about a pending trade case on dumped steel product from overseas.

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