From the Wall Street Journal’s Washington Wire blog, February 26, reporting on North Dakota Sen. Byron Dorgan’s endorsement of Barack Obama for president:
[Dorgan] has been one of the fiercest Senate critics of free trade, including the North American Free Trade Agreement. He said the fact that Obama “has always opposed Nafta” was a major factor in his endorsement.
From The Bismarck Tribune, February 26:
North Dakota ranked top in the nation for export growth in 2007, according to U.S. Commercial Service reports.
The state’s exports totaled $2 billion in 2007, up 34 percent from its $1.5 billion in exports in 2006; nationally, export growth was 12 percent more than the previous year.
Among the top export destinations were Canada, which represented 49 percent of the market, Mexico, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Ukraine and Australia.
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