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TPA, H.R. 2146

Since 1974, Congress has enacted Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation that defines U.S. negotiating objectives and priorities for trade agreements and establishes consultation and notification requirements for the President to follow throughout the negotiation process.  At the end of the negotiation and consultation process, Congress gives the agreement an up or down vote, without amendment. TPA reaffirms Congress’s overall constitutional role in the development and oversight of U.S. trade policy.

Trade Promotion Authority, H.R. 2146
Jun 24, 2015
Senate Roll call 219
114th Congress 1st Session
Accepted: 60-38
Vote:
Roll call 219
Votes For:
60
   
Votes Against:
38
   
Not Voting:
2
   
Trade Promotion Authority, H.R. 2146

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