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Tariffs. The For Accurate Import Relief to Aid Retailers and Importers of Foreign Freights Act (to be introduced soon by Reps. Wenstrup, R-Ohio, and Thompson, D-Calif.) would direct the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to (1) give U.S. companies at least 60 days’ notice before retaliatory tariffs are imposed on imported goods and (2) refund tariffs paid on “goods on the water” following the implementation of retaliatory tariffs in the U.S.-European Union aircraft subsidy dispute.

Whisky. S. 1781 (introduced May 31 by Sen. Cassidy, R-La.) would amend the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S. to provide a uniform eight-digit subheading number for all whiskies.

Infant formula. The FORMULA 3.0 Act (S. 1782, introduced May 31 by Sen. Lee, R-Utah, and H.R. 3778, introduced May 31 by Rep. Smith, R-Neb.) would permanently provide for the entry of infant formula and infant formula base powder free of duty and quantitative limitation.

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