HALT THE TRADE WAR
BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA


Information and a Petition

If you would like to help Petition To HALT THE TRADE WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA email us at: contact@nationalreferendum.org

The uncertainly over the outcome of the looming "Trade War" between the United States and China has already deeply affected a significant number of businesses in the United States including farmers. American farmers sell $20 Billion of food to China yearly. This includes $14 Billion a year in soybeans. (Source: www.cnbc.com)

Since this is the growing season, there are a significant number of farmers who grow soybeans, corn and wheat that are now unsure what crops to grow because of the impending Tariffs that China may impose.

It is urgent for Congress to exercise its Constitutional responsibility regarding Tariffs. "Article 1 of the U. S. Constitution vests the power to set tariffs in Congress." The Supreme Court unanimously confirmed in J. W. Hampton & Co. v. United States (1928) "the ability of Congress to delegate tariff powers to the Executive Branch." "The President has the power to impose tariffs at his decreation only because Congress has passed laws granting him that Power." (Sources: (1) www.ConstitutionCenter.org; (2) www.businessinsider.com)

It is time that Congress exercise minimum responsibility under the Constitution by passing a law stating that before Tariffs go into effect Congress reserves the right to review such tariffs. This law would significantly reduce the pressure on American businesses.


Information and Petition

If you would like to help Petition To HALT THE TRADE WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA email us at: contact@nationalreferendum.org

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By submitting this form, I am signing a petition stating that: "Congress should exercise the Constitutional Right given to Congress in Section 1 of the United States Constitution on imposing Tariffs. Congress should pass a Law stating that before Tariffs go into effect Congress reserves the right to review such Tariffs."