Senate Votes to Crush Biden’s China Move with ‘Pro-American Jobs’ Bill After 9 Democrats Side with Republicans

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Nine Senate Democrats joined with Republicans on Wednesday to condemn President Joe Biden’s regulatory action that turns a blind eye to allegations China is violating trade rules on solar panels.

The New York Times called the 56-41 vote to block Biden’s action a “notable rebuke of the Biden administration’s actions.”

The vote would restore tariffs on solar panels from China that the communist giant had tried to route through other nations to avoid paying. Biden had signed a rule last year that imposed a two-year moratorium on those tariffs.

Biden is expected to veto the congressional resolution. It would take a two-thirds majority on both houses of Congress to override the veto.

Senate Democrats supporting the bill included Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Robert Casey and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, Jon Tester of Montana and Ron Wyden of Oregon.

Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky was the only Republican to oppose the measure.

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