Hawley Op-ed in NYT: The Only Way to Solve Our Supply Chain Crisis Is to Rethink Trade

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) has published an op-ed in theNew York Times on America's supply crisis and his new bill to fix it, the Make in America to Sell in America Act: 

The failure of the nation’s productive capacity to keep up with its needs was not inevitable. It was a choice. Over the last 30 years, experts and politicians in Washington from both parties helped build a global economic system that prioritized the free flow of capital over the wages of American workers, and the free...

Hawley Introduces New Bill to Curb Supply Crisis, Revitalize American Manufacturing

In light of the supply crisis gripping the nation, today U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced the Make in America to Sell in America Act, a bold new economic agenda to revitalize American manufacturing while securing critical supply chains. Senator Hawley’s bill would require multi-national corporations make more critical goods in America by instituting new local content requirements to boost new investment in domestic manufacturing.

In August, the U.S. trade deficit reached a record...

Hawley Moves to End Offshoring by Multinational Corporations

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced an amendment to Congress’s proposed budget resolution that aims to eliminate corporate tax loopholes that promote shipping jobs overseas. Senator Hawley said, "For years, Washington has turned a blind eye to the shuttering of factories and the offshoring of good jobs. We’ve lost over three million jobs to China alone since the beginning of this century. Since working people have been devastated by the Covid pandemic and the ruinous effects of economic...

Senator Hawley Introduces Trade Legislation to Protect American Jobs, Remove Special Treatment for Nations with Slave Labor

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced the Trade Preference Reform and Worker Protection Act to prioritize American workers by halting nonreciprocal trade benefits until the unemployment rate in the United States is below four percent. Senator Hawley’s bill will also prevent nations from receiving special trade benefits if they are suspected of exporting goods produced by slave labor.