LATEST SENATOR KING
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) today sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging his Administration to review and help advance the Reinforcing American-Made Products, bipartisan legislation introduced by Senator King and Republican colleagues that seeks to make it easier for American manufacturers to use the “Made in USA” label without weakening the “Made in USA” standard.
“During this week’s Made in America Week, domestic manufacturers will have a unique opportunity to showcase their American-made products and discuss how this Administration and Congress can work together to help our American workers and companies keep making things in America,” Senator King wrote. “I am writing to urge you to direct staff within the National Trade Council and the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy to review S.118, the Reinforcing American-Made Products Act, and work with its bipartisan supporters in the House and Senate to determine how we can help ensure that U.S. manufacturers do not face excessive burdens here at home.”
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