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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid rejected giving President Obama "fast-track" authority that would limit lawmakers to an up-or-down vote on trade deals, without amendments. "I think everyone would be well-advised just not to push this right now," said the Nevada Democrat. (ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS)
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid rejected giving President Obama "fast-track" authority that would limit lawmakers to an up-or-down vote on trade deals, without amendments. "I think everyone would be well-advised just not to push this right now," said the Nevada Democrat. (ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS)

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