Impacts of GSP Expiration on the 50 States

As the debate over GSP moves to the Senate, our focus has been on the state-level impacts of GSP expiration (as you may have noticed here and here). Below is our latest fact sheet showing how GSP expiration impacts different individual states.


At some point there will be a “call to action,” but in the meantime the most helpful thing you can do is add your name to our GSP Supporter List so we have the best information available to provide to relevant staff as quickly as possible.   You can do it now by clicking here.

Finally, if you would like to support our efforts financially so we can continue producing high-quality advocacy pieces and providing “free” tools such as our Email Your Senators and Reps pages, you can do so by joining the Coalition for GSP.

This entry was posted in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, GSP, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, State Reports, Tennessee, Texas, Utah. Bookmark the permalink.

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