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Senators Urge Justices to Limit President’s Trade Authority


A group of senators recently told the U.S. Supreme Court that a federal appeals court gave the president too much latitude in modifying national security tariffs and that, if upheld, the Federal Circuit’s decision permits a president to breach statutory requirements and assume powers over international trade “that are explicitly reserved to Congress.”

Morris, Manning & Martin represents the petitioners in this ongoing case.

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