Manufacturing Lobbyists Make Their Cases on the Hill Members of the National Association of Manufacturers are no longer lobbying Congress from a united front. As NPR's Adam Davidson reports, larger multinational companies and smaller domestic manufacturers are asking elected officials for very different changes on everything from tariffs and taxes to regulation.
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Manufacturing Lobbyists Make Their Cases on the Hill

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Manufacturing Lobbyists Make Their Cases on the Hill

Manufacturing Lobbyists Make Their Cases on the Hill

Manufacturing Lobbyists Make Their Cases on the Hill

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Members of the National Association of Manufacturers are no longer lobbying Congress from a united front. As NPR's Adam Davidson reports, larger multinational companies and smaller domestic manufacturers are asking elected officials for very different changes on everything from tariffs and taxes to regulation.