Executive Council Calls for a New Track, Not Fast Track, on Trade Policy

February 24, 2015

The AFL-CIO Executive Council called for transparency and broad reform in the nation’s trade negotiations and policies—especially Fast Track—in action yesterday at the council’s winter meeting in Atlanta. In its statement, the council says that current trade policies of the United States are undermining the interests of working people and that when decisions about economic policy are made behind closed doors,

Previous Article
Congress Must Defend, Strengthen Wall Street Reform or Risk Return of ‘Casino’ Economy
Congress Must Defend, Strengthen Wall Street Reform or Risk Return of ‘Casino’ Economy

The AFL-CIO Executive Council urged Congress to stand with the labor...

Next Article
Black History Month Labor Profiles: Fannie Lou Hamer
Black History Month Labor Profiles: Fannie Lou Hamer

During Black History Month, we will be profiling past and present leaders in...