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Section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act

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Section 22, as referred to in shorthand, is a provision of permanent United States agricultural law that allows the President to impose import fees or import quotas to prevent imports from non-WTO member countries from undermining the price support and supply control objectives of domestic farm programs.
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