AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – Mainers whose lives have been impacted by international trade agreements will have a chance to air their comments next week at a hearing before the Maine Citizen Trade Policy Commission.

The Dec. 4 session at Husson College in Bangor will help the commission provide input to Maine’s congressional delegation and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

The commission says it’s looking for specific examples of both good and bad aspects of trade agreements in regard to business, labor, health care, the environment and municipal governance.

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