Tariff Hearings Highlight Rural Concerns

Tariff Hearings Highlight Rural Concerns

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Dr Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute Resident Scholar Dr Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute Resident Scholar

July 12, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) The continued tariff blitz has led lawmakers to ask experts for insight on the goals of President Trump's trade war, even as Congress seeks to reign in the President’s trade authority. Soybean farmers are particularly concerned about the Trump Administration's tariff latest announcement. The American Soybean Association says in a statement they're extremely disappointed about the additional tariffs and likely retaliations. They continue to urge lawmakers to rescind tariffs and bring stability and certainty back to the heartland.

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