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Is Congress Right to Get Tough on China?

Thursday, 30 Sep 2010 | 7:58 AM ET
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The House voted ovewhelmingly this week in favor of a bill that would punish China for undervaluing its currency. It's a win for unions and manufacturers who argue the value of the yuan hurts US workers. Those who oppose it say the bill could damage the already fragile US/China relationship. Both sides are screaming about protectionsim and killing American jobs.

Today we're talking to Rep. Tim Murphy, one of the sponsors of the bill and asking if Congress doing the right thing by getting tough on China? We also want to know what you think. Share your opinion below:

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