Senate Bill Strengthens US-Mexico Economic Partnership


In recent weeks, relations between Mexico and the United States have been depicted as tumultuous, to say the least.

Not only did President Trump declare a national emergency at the border to combat illegal immigration and the concerns such as drugs and sex trafficking that travel to the U.S. with it, but the President also made it a priority to scrap the Clinton-era NAFTA deal that he consistently slammed while on the campaign trail.

As tensions flare and Democrats look to combat the President’s declaration of a national emergency, a bipartisan effort in the Senate is looking to strengthen U.S.-Mexico economic partnership.