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Emboldened Dems May Push Back On Trump's Trade Agenda

November 7, 2018, Law360

John Veroneau is quoted in Law360 regarding whether Democrats in the House of Representatives will support the Administration’s new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which includes a tightening of the agreement’s automotive rules of origin and a tethering of automotive tariff benefits to a $16 minimum wage. Mr. Veroneau says, “While the agreement includes much of what Democrats sought, it is unclear if that will translate into votes.”

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