Vote to pass a bill that would allow the President to negotiate trade agreements with trade objectives set by Congress.
Authorizes the President to enter into trade agreements with foreign countries when existing duties or import restrictions are impeding the foreign trade of the United States.
Gives the President fast track authority on certain trade legislation.
Gives the President this authority until October 1, 2001 or September 30, 2005, if Congress extends the authority.
Requires the President to submit details of trade agreements to Congress and the International Trade Commission.
States that United States trade negotiations should agree with the priorities of the United States, including environmental preservation, rights of workers and children, and protection of intellectual property.
Requires the United States Trade Representative to consult with congressional advisers on trade policy and negotiations.