Levin Statement on Malaysia Human Trafficking Ranking

“Reports of a change in Malaysia’s human trafficking ranking are deeply disturbing," said Ranking Member Sander Levin after news reports that Malaysia's human trafficking ranking would be upgraded to Tier 2.
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Why Mexico’s Labor Standards Matter for TPP

One of the most important outstanding issues in TPP relates to a subject that remains an open sore left over from NAFTA: Mexico’s severely deficient labor standards and worker rights.
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Committee Democrats Call for Long-term Highway Funding

W&M Committee Democrats sent a letter to Chairman Paul Ryan requesting hearings to find a long-term funding solution for the Highway Trust Fund. The Committee has not held a hearing on financing the Highway Trust Fund since Republicans took the majority in 2011.
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Levin, Pallone, Scott: Why Obamacare is here to stay

Top Democrats from the Committees with jurisdiction over the Affordable Care Act - House Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means, and Education and the Workforce committees - celebrated the Supreme Court's decision to ensure that health care remains affordable for all Americans, no matter where they live.
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A TPA Alternative to Put TPP on the Right Track

Democrats introduced a substitute to the Hatch-Wyden-Ryan TPA bill that would put TPP on the right track. Read the summary.
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Inversion Legislation Could Save Taxpayers $34 Billion

Corporate inversions will cost American taxpayers $34 billion over the next decade. Ways and Means Committee Ranking Member Sander Levin (D-MI), Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX), Sen. Durbin (D-IL) and Sen, Reed (D-RI) introduced legislation to close this loophole and level the playing field for hardworking Americans.
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