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John James on Free Trade

 

 


Let master negotiator Trump re-work trade deals

Q: Support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth? Support Trump's imposition of tariffs on Chinese steel & other products?

John James (R): Torn between adequately funding the military & working toward a balanced budget with less debt. On tariffs, calls Trump "a master negotiator."

Debbie Stabenow (D): Supports major infrastructure spending. On tariffs, supports stopping Chinese dumping of certain products but calls for "a more thoughtful, targeted approach."

Source: CampusElect.org Issue Guide on 2018 Michigan Senate race , Oct 9, 2018

Free but fair trade, to keep jobs in Michigan

Michigan is a global leader in the agriculture and automotive industries. I support free, but fair trade. We must ensure that our trade deals and federal regulations make sense, do not put Michigan-made goods at a disadvantage and keep jobs in Michigan. Michigan's food and agricultural industry includes over 52,000 farms, employing over 900,000 Michiganders. To remain a global leader in agriculture we must ensure that federal regulations make sense and do not put Michigan farmers on an unequal playing field with our competitors.
Source: 2018 Michigan Senate campaign website JohnJamesForSenate.com , Mar 2, 2018

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