All Articles on NAFTA

"Most of the top 35 global meat and dairy giants either do not report or underreport their emissions. Only four of them provide complete, credible emissions estimates." (Photo: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images) News
Emissions Impossible: How Big Meat and Dairy Are Heating Up the Planet
Together, the world’s top five meat and dairy corporations are now responsible for more annual greenhouse gas emissions than Exxon, Shell or BP
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'Illegally' Turning Back on Refugees, Trump Orders DHS to Bar Migrants Fleeing Violence From Entry
"The biggest flaw in Trump's thinking is that there is nothing illegal or improper about people in fear for their lives asking for protection."
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Trump's Corporate-Friendly NAFTA 2.0 Would Be Total Climate Disaster, Report Warns
"We cannot shift to a clean energy future if a corporate trade deal tethers us to the fossil fuel past," says lead author of new trinational report.
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Presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of the Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (MORENA) party News
Claiming Early 18-Point Lead, Leftist Mexican Presidential Candidate Rips Trump's "Contemptuous Attitude"
"Neither Mexico nor its people will be the piñata of any foreign government," he said.
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Demonstrators take part in a rally in support of "Dreamers" on March 4, 2018. (Photo: Victoria Pickering/flickr/cc) News
Trump's Easter Morning Tweets Affirm His 'Anti-Immigrant Agenda,' Say Rights Groups
"This just reaffirms what we have known all along: Trump never wanted to protect immigrant youth," says United We Dream.
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US Progressives Express Solidarity With Anti-TPP Protests as 11 Nations Sign Revised Corporate-Friendly Trade Deal
In Chile, critics took to the streets with signs declaring, "No to modern slavery, no to the TPP-11" and "The TPP and TPP-11 are the same!"
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Chief of Staff: Previously "Uninformed" Trump Has "Evolved" on Border Wall. Trump: No I Haven't
Chief of Staff John Kelly told Democratic lawmakers that the president was "uninformed" when he promised supporters that he would force Mexico to pay for a wall at the southern U.S. border and that it would stretch from coast to coast
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) News
Lawmakers and 70+ Advocacy Groups Call on North American Leaders to #ReplaceNAFTA
"We have to stand strong for a trade policy that lifts up workers, safeguards human rights, and protects the environment, not one that simply hands more power and profit to massive corporations."
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"A total of 28 states, including three this year, have passed right-to-work legislation," writes Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project. News
In NAFTA Talks, Canada Demands US Drop Anti-Union 'Right to Work' Laws
Right to work laws are "a sledgehammer that dilutes worker organization and bargaining, paving the way for lower wages and a host of labor violations"
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The Mexican Army provided humanitarian relief to Katrina refugees in San Antonio in 2005. On Sunday, Mexico offered aid to the U.S. again as Hurricane Harvey hit Houston. News
As Trump Bullies Over Border Wall, Mexico Offers Aid for Harvey Victims
The United States' southern neighbor responded with diplomacy to the president's latest Twitter attack
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