States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) offers
the best opportunity for bipartisan law making in a difficult
political climate. This is the message from congressmen on both
side of the divide, who not only claim that the law has a
comfortable majority in both chambers, but would bring a number
of benefits to the US and the rest of the North American
Developments this weekend led to president Trump calling the
agreement "dead in the water," blaming house speaker
Nancy Pelosi and the house democrats for stalling rule making.
Despite this, the law remains popular in congress.
"We need all the help we can get on the USMCA," said
republican senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, at SIFMA's
annual conference last week in DC. "This is a job-creating
vehicle without any question, there is a two-thirds majority in
the house and 65 to 75 senators waiting to...