Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a trip to Washington this week where he met with President Trump and top leaders in the House and Senate to get a read on the outlook for USMCA, the new North American trade deal to replace NAFTA, and the prospects of it getting approved by Congress.
It is a pressing concern for Trudeau who must decide whether to push for a vote in Ottawa before Parliament adjourns for the summer and federal election this October.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to decide if, or when, it will be brought up for a vote in the House.
Former New York Congressman and cross-border trade advisor Bill Owens joins us to talk about how much the new NAFTA trade deal will benefit the North Country.
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