By  on May 29, 2014

WASHINGTON — A group of 153 House Democrats threw up another roadblock to the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement on Thursday, calling on the Obama administration to incorporate strong, enforceable, core labor protections in the trade deal, particularly for Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Mexico.

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