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Cabinet alliance urges Congress to support U.S. industry

The American KitchenCabinet Alliance (AKCA), working with members of Congress and industry leaders, has asked the Biden Administration and the U.S. Congress to stand up to China, who they say are evanding tarriffs and dumping cabinetry. The group urges the government to stand with 250,000 American cabinet workers, and support domestic manufacturing.

"We simply cannot allow China’s exploitative trade practices to reclaim control of our domestic cabinet industry and strip working families of the ability to pursue their own American dream."

Perry Miller, President, Kountry Wood Products

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AKCA, working with members of Congress and industry leaders, has reached media outlets across the country asking the Biden Administration and the U.S. Congress to stand up to China, stand with 250,000 American cabinet workers, and support domestic manufacturing.

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"U.S. cabinet manufacturers employ over 250,000 workers with good paying jobs across the country. These companies and their employees have played a vital role in our nation's economic recovery. Cabinet manufacturers have invested millions of dollars in our communities to expand their manufacturing facilities.... ensuring our constituents access to meaningful economic opportunities."

Jackie Walorski
Member of Congress

Abigail D. Spanberger
Member of Congress