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Steel Caucus Wants Trump to Protect U.S. Steel From Import ‘Threats’


(Stephen Huba – Tribune-Review)

The 68-member Congressional Steel Caucus, including seven Pennsylvania congressmen, has written a letter to President Trump urging prompt action on the threat posed by foreign steel imports.

The letter specifically called on the Trump administration to complete its Section 232 investigation soon. Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 authorizes the commerce secretary to investigate the impact that imports are having on national security.

“Each day that passes is another day that the domestic steel industry faces an onslaught of imports and the deeply harmful effects of unfair trade practices,” the letter said, “which is why we believe the investigation must be completed as soon as possible.” Click here to read more.

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