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Boehner Expects Amended Trade Bill Next Week

By JM Rieger and Matt Fuller

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As the House voted on a standalone Trade Promotion Authority bill Thursday, Speaker John A. Boehner said he was “confident” the Senate would work out concerns over Trade Adjustment Assistance legislation, adding he expected TAA on an amended trade preferences bill in the House next week. Asked what he learned over the last few weeks on trade, Boehner described it as “close to bizarre.” “I don’t think I’ve learned anything from it,” he said. Read more.

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