Free Trade Agreements
The implementing language for the free trade agreements with Korea, Colombia, and Panama were passed in the U.S. House of Representatives and subsequently signed by the President. They are critical to revitalizing our economy and creating American jobs--particularly in rural areas.
Together, these agreements are worth more than $2.5 billion annually in expanded market access for America's farmers and ranchers. And every $1.00 in ag exports adds up to another $1.54 to our economy.
Lucas Praises House Passage of Trade Agreements
October 12, 2011
To Review Pending Free Trade Agreements
May 12, 2011