WASHINGTON, June 10 (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have made progress on legislation related to a controversial fast-track trade bill, a House Republican leadership aide said on Wednesday.
The progress, according to a congressional source familiar with the talks, involves a new way to pay for a program important to Democrats, which helps workers who lose their jobs as a result of trade deals.
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