--TPA Supporters In House Hope New Approach Will Work
--If House Passes TPA Bill, Senate Must Vote Again
WASHINGTON (MNI) - The House is set to vote between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. ET
Thursday on legislation that would renew Trade Promotion Authority.
If TPA passes in the House, Republican leaders have pledged to follow up a
later vote on a separate bill that renews the Trade Adjustment Assistance
program as part of a customs bill.
The House will vote Thursday on TPA legislation, attaching it to
legislation that has already cleared the Senate.
If TPA is approved by the House, it will be sent back to the Senate.
The Senate would still have to vote on the measure before it went to
President Obama for his signature.