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Second of a three-post series There is not a single bill this year to exempt shoes from import tariff duties. There are at least four dozen. The waivers being pushed by members of Congress parse shoes by whether they are designed for men or women; have soles or uppers made of leather, cloth, rubber or plastic; how much they cost and whether they cover the ankle. There is even a bill to...

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