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Bad trade policy has real world consequences for both manufacturers and American workers. Hastily implemented policy can put jobs at risk and make it harder to make ends meet for American families -- especially in states that depend on good-paying manufacturing jobs.

In South Carolina, tens of thousands of workers depend on manufacturing jobs. The automotive industry alone employs around 66,000 South Carolinians and has created 20,000 jobs in South Carolina since 2011.

If South Carolina manufacturers are not given enough time to adjust to new trade laws, South Carolina workers could be put at risk. South Carolinians could be forced to work less hours and there could be fewer jobs to support local communities. Don’t let good-paying jobs leave South Carolina -- tell Congress to support smart trade policy.

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Bad trade policy has real world consequences for both manufacturers and American workers. Poorly conceived and hastily implemented policy can put jobs at risk and make it harder to make ends meet for American families -- especially in states that depend on good-paying manufacturing jobs.

In South Carolina, tens of thousands of workers depend on manufacturing jobs. The automotive industry alone employs around 66,000 South Carolinians and has created 20,000 jobs in South Carolina since 2011.

If South Carolina manufacturers are not given enough time to adjust to new trade laws, South Carolina workers could be put at risk. South Carolinians could be forced to work less hours and there could be fewer jobs to support local communities. Don’t let good-paying jobs leave South Carolina -- tell Congress to support smart trade policy.

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My name is [Name] and I’m from [City] in South Carolina. I am calling today to ask you to support South Carolina workers and their families by advocating for smart and effective trade policy.

I ask that you put South Carolina workers and jobs first when considering new trade rules, especially the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

South Carolina manufacturers need more time to comply with the new trade rules in the USMCA. I am concerned that manufacturers, specifically auto manufacturers, will leave South Carolina and take their jobs with them if not given sufficient time to comply with the new rules.

I encourage you to support trade policy that works for South Carolinians. South Carolinians are winning under the current trade rules -- changing them without considering the impact of the new rules on South Carolina is a big mistake.

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My name is [Name] and I’m from [City] in South Carolina. I am calling today to ask you to support South Carolina workers and their families by advocating for smart and effective trade policy.

 

I ask that you put South Carolina workers and jobs first when considering new trade rules, especially the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

South Carolina manufacturers need more time to comply with the new trade rules in the USMCA. I am concerned that manufacturers, specifically auto manufacturers, will leave South Carolina and take their jobs with them if not given sufficient time to comply with the new rules.

I encourage you to support trade policy that works for South Carolinians. South Carolinians are winning under the current trade rules -- changing them without considering the impact of the new rules on South Carolina is a big mistake.

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Bad trade policy has real world consequences for both manufacturers and American workers. Poorly conceived and hastily implemented policy can put jobs at risk and make it harder to make ends meet for American families -- especially in states that depend on good-paying manufacturing jobs.

In South Carolina, tens of thousands of workers depend on manufacturing jobs. The automotive industry alone employs around 66,000 South Carolinians and has created 20,000 jobs in South Carolina since 2011.

If South Carolina manufacturers are not given enough time to adjust to new trade laws, South Carolina workers could be put at risk. South Carolinians could be forced to work less hours and there could be fewer jobs to support local communities. Don’t let good-paying jobs leave South Carolina -- tell Congress to support smart trade policy.

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Bad trade policy has real world consequences for both manufacturers and American workers. Hastily implemented policy can put jobs at risk and make it harder to make ends meet for American families -- especially in states that depend on good-paying manufacturing jobs.

In South Carolina, tens of thousands of workers depend on manufacturing jobs. The automotive industry alone employs around 66,000 South Carolinians and has created 20,000 jobs in South Carolina since 2011.

If South Carolina manufacturers are not given enough time to adjust to new trade laws, South Carolina workers could be put at risk. South Carolinians could be forced to work less hours and there could be fewer jobs to support local communities. Don’t let good-paying jobs leave South Carolina -- tell Congress to support smart trade policy.

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