New Hampshire—Today, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter continued to travel throughout New Hampshire and meet with business owners and constituents. Shea-Porter toured both Goss International and Thomson/Center.
“Granite State businesses are the best in the country,” said Congresswoman Shea-Porter. “I look forward to continuing to meet New Hampshire business owners and employees so I can take their concerns back to Washington.”
Goss International is a printing company with more than 1,000 employees in Durham. Thomson/Center, which is in Rochester, produces firearms and related merchandise.
Shea-Porter has a strong record of standing up for New Hampshire businesses. Earlier this year, she introduced H.R. 5667, legislation which would require Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho (TKS), a Japanese firm, to pay a 59.67% anti-dumping duty for violating U.S. trade laws. Goss International filed the anti-dumping claim against TKS for dumping printing products in the U.S. market, which were sold significantly under value.