President Bush is coming under increasing national and international pressure to drop tariffs on imported steel. We’ll talk about some of the economic and political implications of the choice the faces.

Guests

  • Rep. Joseph Knollenberg R, Michigan -11
  • Rep. Bob Ney Republican, Ohio 18th District
  • Terrence Straub senior vice president, public policy and government affairs, U.S Steel Corporation
  • Lewis Leibowitz legal counsel, Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition

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