At the beginning of the 113th Congress, two bills that could lead to the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement have been introduced to the House of Representatives.
H.R. 191, introduced by Marcy Kaptur, a Democrat from central Ohio, would dissolve NAFTA unless new provisions to diminish the negative economic impact of the agreement could be negotiated with Canada and Mexico.
H.R. 156, introduced by Mike McIntyre, a Democrat from North Carolina, wouldn’t bother with the preliminaries. It would simply end U.S. involvement in the NAFTA agreement.
No one in the U.S. Senate has introduced any legislation having to do with NAFTA.