The congressional schedule dwindles, as we approach a new year. Unfortunately, passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement does not look promising after Thanksgiving break, as the House of Representatives will have their sights set on the impeachment process and another government shutdown deadline. A National Pork Producers Council representative, however, believes the agreement will be put to vote this year.
Nick Giordano, vice president and counsel for government affairs, holds out hope for an agreement, which looks to greatly benefits United States pork producers.
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