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State/Federal Consultation: Toward a New International Trade and Investment Policy That Protects Local Democracy

The Forum Analysis discusses options for improving state oversight of US trade policy that may effect state and local regulation, taxation, purchasing and economic policies that may be considered non-tariff barriers to trade by authors of trade agreements.

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