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AFL-CIO Freezes PAC Contributions

Washington, DC- The AFL-CIO announced that the federation and its affiliated unions are freezing all Political Action Committee (PAC) contributions to federal candidates until further notice in order to conserve resources for the historic legislative battle around fast track (trade promotion authority) and the debate over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). 

The Council established the defeat of Fast Track as a top federation priority and passed a statement outlining its commitment to fight any trade agreement that fails to prioritize the needs of working families and advance shared prosperity in the global economy.

To view the Executive Council statement click here: http://www.aflcio.org/About/Exec-Council/EC-Statements/Time-for-a-New-Track-Trade-Policy-Making-Must-Be-Transparent-Democratic-and-Participatory

Contact: Amaya Smith (202) 637-5018

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