WASHINGTON D.C. – Lieutenant Governors from across the nation are in Washington D.C. this week for the Lieutenant Governors’ Association Meeting.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe is in Washington and talked about how the new trade deal impacts Missourians.
The replacement for the NAFTA Trade Agreement has been signed by the Presidents of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. But the USMCA, as the new agreement is called, won’t be sealed and delivered until it’s approved by Congress.
Some Lieutenant Governors worry the deal does not go far enough to protect American workers from low wage competition.