State of Indiana Archives: on Free Trade


Brad Ellsworth: NAFTA has cost Indiana jobs

Ellsworth said Coats, who previously represented Indiana in the U.S. House and Senate, shouldn't have voted for the North American Free Trade Agreement because it cost the state jobs. Coats said open trade is important, and that trade barriers would hurt the state.

Coats said Ellsworth's support of Democratic programs such as the federal stimulus and health care overhaul are taking the country in the wrong direction.

Source: Washington Post coverage of 2010 Indiana Senate debate Oct 25, 2010

Daniel Coats: Trade barriers would hurt Indiana

Ellsworth said Coats, who previously represented Indiana in the U.S. House and Senate, shouldn't have voted for the North American Free Trade Agreement because it cost the state jobs. Coats said open trade is important, and that trade barriers would hurt the state.

Coats said Ellsworth's support of Democratic programs such as the federal stimulus and health care overhaul are taking the country in the wrong direction.

Source: Washington Post coverage of 2010 Indiana Senate debate Oct 25, 2010

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