Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities Act of 2014
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT), Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) joined together to introduce legislation that will establish strong rules for trade negotiations and Congressional approval of trade pacts, to deliver trade agreements that boost U.S. exports and create American jobs.
The Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities Act of 2014 establishes 21st century Congressional negotiating objectives and rules for the Administration to follow when engaged in trade talks, including strict requirements for Congressional consultations and access to information. Provided the Administration follows the rules, special procedures apply when moving a negotiated deal that satisfies the objectives through the Senate and House of Representatives.
|Release Date||One Pagers and Other Materials|
|1/14/2014||21st Century Issues|
|1/14/2014||Robust Consultation Requirements|
|1/14/2014||Digital Trade and the Internet|
|1/14/2014||Labor and Environment|
|1/14/2014||Preserving U.S. Sovereignty|
|1/14/2014||Regulatory Barriers to Trade|
|1/14/2014||Services and Investment|