Too little, too late. Presidents currently only have authority to impose tariffs when needed for national security or in retaliation to new tariffs imposed upon us. trump abused that authority by simply proclaiming that Canada, Mexico, China and any other country were threats to our national security. The national security clause implies some new and imminent threat due to something new that a trading partner has recently done which threatens our security. None of the new tariffs imposed as part of trump’s trade-wars met these criteria, None! No one in Congress did their jobs and challenged trump’s re-interpretation of what ‘national security threat’ required initiation of an economically damaging trade war. No-one! Congress, especially the Senate and Moscow Mitch of the Red party, has continued to cede its authority to trump, because he has continued to re-interpret the Constitution and existing laws to Congressional benefactor’s advantage, There are Congressional Constitutional remedies for a president abusing the powers implicit to hIs office- but hyper-partisan divides, political maneuvering, and plain old greed have stalled these processes. The proposed legislation is a band-aid to cover up the wounds caused by Congress’s inability to do it’s job. The only thing I would endorse, would be to clearly define what constitutes a ‘national security threat’ in context of trade management and hold the executive branch to show that new/revised tariffs are justified by that definition. Of course, if we had better selection criteria to keep demonstrably dishonorable, dishonest, unethical candidates from ever getting into our National Offices, none of this crap would be needed at all.