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Trade Association Sues Trump Administration Over Steel Tariffs
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4 Jul 2018 02:28 AM EST

According to Automotive News, a trade association filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over tariffs on steel. The American Institute for International Steel filed the suit with the US Court of International Trade. It challenges the constitutionality of a statute which President Donald Trump used to impose a 25-percent tariff on imported steel. The trade association argues that Section 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion Act is unconstitutional because the president can restrict trade citing national security with no interference from Congress.

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