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Unless Vetoed, Taiwan Travel Act to Take Effect by March 16

Poster:Post date:2018-03-06
Catergory:News
Region:(U.S. Policy)
Issue:(U.S. Policy)
(CNA, By Rita Cheng and Y.F. Low) The Taiwan Travel Act is expected to take effect by March 16 unless vetoed by U.S. President Trump. This Act was passed in the Senate on February 28 and earlier in the House of Representatives on January 9. The chances of Trump vetoing this bill is unlikely given that it passed unanimously in both the House and the Senate.  
Last modification time:2018-03-07 AM 12:41

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