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Ryan: Reining In Tariffs Requires Passing a Bill the President Would Sign Into Law

By D.A. Banks

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Speaker Paul D. Ryan says that any legislation to curtail President Donald Trump’s power to impose tariffs would have to pass both chambers and get signed into law by the president — an unlikely scenario.

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