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Obama heads back to Mexico to meet his NAFTA counterparts

President Barack Obama is headed to Toluca, Mexico – hometown of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, next week for a North American summit.

A big topic of the meeting will be the Trans Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement that the Obama administration is negotiating and wants to see get approval from Congress, but that has strong opposition from labor groups and progressives.

Critics of NAFTA have opposed the TPP negotiations, and Obama’s attempts to fast track it through Congress as have Democratic leaders.

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