Connecticut Democrats voted unanimously to bring President Donald Trump’s signature trade deal one step closer to implementation.
Some CT lawmakers, but not all, embrace U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement
Reps. Jim Himes and John Larson support a new trade deal that will replace NAFTA, but Rosa DeLauro, a key negotiator of the pact with the White House, is undecided about the agreement.
DeLauro key player in NAFTA 2.0 talks with White House
DeLauro is part of a team of House Democrats negotiating with the White House over a new trade pact with Canada and Mexico that would replace the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.
Pelosi taps Larson and trade pact foe DeLauro to negotiate changes in ‘NAFTA 2.0’
DeLauro is tasked with enforcement of protections for workers and others; Larson will handle environmental concerns.