Editor’s note: WAWG Executive Director Michelle Hennings is quoted in this story.
From the Tri-City Herald
The Trans-Pacific Partnership would have opened new markets and reduced tariffs for a variety of Washington-produced crops.
But as President Donald Trump removes the U.S. from the controversial and complex TPP agreement, Washington’s trade-dependent agricultural industry reacted with a mix of disappointment and relief. Read the rest of the story here.