By  on March 7, 2008

WASHINGTON — Senate Finance Committee chairman Max Baucus (D., Mont.) warned the Bush administration's trade chief Thursday that he would push to expand a program that helps workers displaced by global trade before allowing consideration of a controversial deal with Colombia.

"[Trade Adjustment Assistance] is number one," Baucus said at a hearing on the 2008 trade agenda.

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