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|Thursday, July 22, 2010|
The federal Trade Act was expanded last year, allowing workers whose jobs have been "off-shored" to be trained in another trade for free.
However, even supporters of the program agree that it cannot make up for the loss of Oregon jobs due to free-trade pacts.
Read more at the Portland Tribune.
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