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Con: Should Congress give president a free hand to pursue trade deals?
Congress should heed Constitution and avoid speeding into bad pacts
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WASHINGTON — Fast-track authority is a good idea in auto racing, but not in international trade policy. That’s because fast track — also known as “trade promotion authority” — speeds trade pacts through Congress, denying the people’s representatives the chance to improve them. Our democracy is damaged along with our economy.