Household & Commercial Products Association Joins Fight on Tariffs
The Household & Commercial Products Association (HCPA) has joined more than 80 of the nation’s leading trade associations as a member of Americans for Free Trade, a multi-industry coalition dedicated to opposing tariffs.
Recently, the Americans for Free Trade coalition joined Farmers for Free Trade, a coalition of agricultural groups, in launching a multi-million-dollar campaign, Tariffs Hurt the Heartland.
“The household and commercial products industry relies on free trade to provide innovative, effective, and affordable products to consumers and workers,” said HCPA President & CEO Steve Caldeira. “These tariffs are already raising costs for manufacturers and consumers and they will ultimately lead to lost jobs in the U.S. Simply put, the tariffs amount to a new tax on American businesses, consumers, and workers, which is why HCPA is proud to join and support the Tariffs Hurt the Heartland campaign.”
Tariffs Hurt the Heartland is the largest bipartisan effort focused on sharing the diverse and powerful voices of the families, consumers, workers, businesses and other supply-chain stakeholders being negatively impacted by the tariffs. Visit tariffshurt.com to learn more.