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New Data Reveals Dramatic Jump in Tariff-Related Costs; Impacts Discussed at Town Hall with Wisconsin Manufacturers, Farmers and Business Owners

October 25, 2018

WAUKESHA, WI – Wisconsin farmers, manufacturers and business owners joined Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, a nationwide grassroots campaign against tariffs, at a town hall today to unveil new economic data detailing the impact of tariffs on Wisconsin’s economy. The data, compiled by the Trade Partnership, shows that tariffs cost Wisconsin businesses almost $95 million in […]

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Tariff Pain Continues to Spread Across the Country As Trade War Continues

October 23, 2018

White House Begins Another Pro-Tariff Push, but State-by-State, Tariffs Are Still Hurting Americans  WASHINGTON – Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, a nationwide grassroots campaign against tariffs, responded today to the latest push by the White House to promote tariffs in a series of state-by-state media calls. “The longer the trade war lasts, the more harm it […]

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While President Visits Elko, Trade War Continues to Hurt Nevada Families

October 19, 2018

QUOTE FROM TARIFFS HURT THE HEARTLAND SPOKESPERSON BRIAN KUEHL: “With a large agriculture industry that supports the state’s rural economy and an important advanced manufacturing base, the trade war is hitting Nevada where it hurts most. The pain will only continue as tariffs take an effect on everyday necessities, driving up prices for the items […]

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President’s Visit Serves As Reminder – Tariffs Tax Arizona

During Arizona Visit Today, President Trump Should Listen to Residents Hurt by His Trade Policies QUOTE FROM TARIFFS HURT THE HEARTLAND SPOKESMAN BRIAN KUEHL. “Tariffs are causing pain for famiilies, workers, and businesses across Arizona. Prices for everyday goods are going up and families are paying more just to buy essential items like groceries and […]

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Texan Farmers and Businesses Are Being Hit Hardest By Tariffs

During Texas Visit Next Week, President Trump Should Listen to Residents Hurt by His Trade Policies QUOTE FROM SCOTT FRAZIER, SOUTH TEXAS FARMER: “One quarter of our agricultural products grown in the U.S. are exported to other countries. The economic well-being of American agriculture depends on maintaining and strengthening our export markets, and farm and […]

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