“YES” on all three Free Trade Agreements

Next week, the House will vote on pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Columbia and Panama. The trade agreements would open new markets to U.S. exports, which would benefit American consumers, businesses, farmers and workers.  It would create jobs without costing taxpayers a dime. The three trade deals are as follows:

  • H.R.3080 – United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act
  • H.R.3078 – United States-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement Act
  • H.R.3079 – United States-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation Act

Heritage Action supports all three free trade agreements and will include EACH trade agreement as a SEPERATE key vote in our scorecard.

Related Links:
Heritage Action’s Scorecard
Win-Win Trade Agreements Would Boost the U.S. Economy
Free Trade Agreements: Heritage Foundation Recommendations
FTAs with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama Would Create U.S. Jobs and Exports
Enhance U.S. Security: Pass Free Trade Agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea
The U.S.–Korea Trade Deal’s Time Has Finally Come
10 Myths About KORUS and Free Trade Agreements