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Congress Facing Full Plate Of Trade Work Before Year Is Out

Law360 (September 12, 2019, 6:30 PM EDT) -- The final months of 2019 will allow Congress to put its own stamp on President Donald Trump's trade policy as it considers an update to a critical trade agreement, looks to rein in the White House's tariff authority and parses the next steps of Trump's feud with China.

Lawmakers have expressed varying levels of discomfort with a number of the president's moves over the past two years, including unilateral tariff escalations and early-stage efforts to rewrite the nation's trade deals. They will now be able to have their say on a number of matters after returning this week from a lengthy...

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