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The House voted to approve the final version of NAFTA, which the Senate must pass in order for the trade agreement to become law.
The final version includes several provisions that the House approved in February, including:The House also approved amendments to two other major trade deals.
The Senate must approve the trade agreements, which would then go to President Donald Trump for his signature.
The president can veto any of the bills.
The bill now heads to Trump’s desk for his consideration.
Trump has not commented on the bill.
On Friday, Trump met with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Vice President Mike Pence to discuss the trade deal and the trade deficit.
Trump also met with Republican leaders on Capitol Hill in the Capitol Rotunda to discuss a border wall.