Cypress Hills—Grasslands, Saskatchewan
|Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
It’s a pleasure to be here at committee today. There are a number of directions I’d like to go in during my short amount of time, but Professor, I’d like to ask you what you see as the role of state legislatures in protecting our trade relationship. We have, I think, more than three dozen states whose main trading partner is Canada.
Could you comment on that?