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Joint Statement by Senators Cotton, Schumer, Van Hollen, and Rubio on Senate Passage of Bipartisan ZTE Amendment in Defense Bill

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June 18, 2018

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Joint Statement by Senators Cotton, Schumer, Van Hollen, and Rubio on Senate Passage of Bipartisan ZTE Amendment in Defense Bill
Washington, D.C. – Senators Tom Cotton (R-AR) Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), and Marco Rubio (R-FL) today released the following statement on the passage of a bipartisan ZTE amendment in the defense bill:
“We’re heartened that both parties made it clear that protecting American jobs and national security must come first when making deals with countries like China, which has a history of having little regard for either. It is vital that our colleagues in the House keep this bipartisan provision in the bill as it heads towards a conference.”
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