THE Senate voted 60-38 last Wednesday in favor of the trade promotion authority (TPA) bill, which grants the President certain negotiating powers and allows Congress to take an up or down vote on any final negotiated trade agreement brought before it.
The Senate previously passed TPA along with trade adjustment assistance (TAA) by a vote of 62-37 ahead of the Memorial Day recess.
When the combined package was sent to the Hou
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