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Foes of Obama trade pacts mostly fellow Democrats

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WASHINGTON — Debates on lowering trade barriers can turn Congress upside down for Democratic presidents promoting such legislation. Business-minded Republicans suddenly turn into allies and Democrats aligned with organized labor can become outspoken foes. It's a reversal of the usual order of things, where a Democratic president can generally count on plenty of support from fellow Democrats in...

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