PLEASANT PRAIRIE – The public policy group America First held a discussion about the USMCA October 23, 2019 at ULINE Industries in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. The panel, moderated by America First policy director Curtis Ellis, featured Dave Daniels of Mighty Grand Dairy, Congressman Glenn Grothman and Zach Mottl, CAO of Atlas Tool Works.
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