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Spotlight On Your State: Maine

Maine Citizen Trade Policy Commission (CTPC): The Maine CTPC was established in 2003 with the Maine Jobs, Trade and Democracy Act. The commission has formed working groups on trade and healthcare, trade and labor/economic development, and trade and environment/natural resources.

 

Recent Legislation



Fast Track

What Fast Track means for states

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Procurement

International trade agreements can bind state policies to restrictive government procurement rules.

Maine governors have committed the state to be bound to the following trade agreements' restrictive government procurement provisions:


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