Trade: Important item of business

Trade: Important item of business

WITH Republicans set to control both the House and the Senate next year, the most important item of business that could make its way to the President's desk is trade legislation, especially trade promotion authority (TPA), explained Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union (NFU).

With the Senate flip, NFU vice president of government relations Chandler Goule expects that the President will most likely get TPA "at some cost."

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