Rep. Michael Michaud of Maine and Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio, both Democrats, introduced legislation Wednesday to put the brakes on trade agreements by triggering a review of existing agreements as well as providing a process for renegotiating them.

The "Trade Reform, Accountability, Development and Employment TRADE Act" aims to fix "our broken trade policies and it sets a new course on trade that will benefit businesses and workers in the United States," Michaud said in statement.

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