On Tuesday, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka joined the leaders of the International Trade Union Confederation and the European Trade Union Confederation in urging the United States Trade Representative (the office responsible for negotiating trade and globalization deals) to leave government decisions on drug pricing out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
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