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General News    H4'ed 9/17/16

With TPP on Ropes, It's Corporate Power vs. People Power on Capitol Hill

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News outlets reported this week that Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) 'is working with the Obama administration to resolve several lingering issues that could ultimately pave the way' for lame-duck passage of the TPP, as The Hill put it

Inside U.S. Trade reported Friday that Hatch 'said the Obama administration has promised to satisfy his demand of including 12 years of market exclusivity for biologics in the implementing bill for the [TPP], but noted that he is waiting to receive that pledge in writing.'

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