implementing bill

(1) The term “implementing bill” means only a bill of either House of Congress which is introduced as provided in subsection (c) with respect to one or more trade agreements, or with respect to an extension described in section 3572(c)(3) of this title , submitted to the House of Representatives and the Senate under section 2112 of this title , section 3572 of this title , or section 4205(a)(1) of this title and which contains— (A) a provision approving such trade agreement or agreements or such extension, (B) a provision approving the statement of administrative action (if any) proposed to implement such trade agreement or agreements, and (C) if changes in existing laws or new statutory authority is required to implement such trade agreement or agreements or such extension, provisions, necessary or appropriate to implement such trade agreement or agreements or such extension, either repealing or amending existing laws or providing new statutory authority.

Source

19 USC § 2191(b)(1)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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