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"I would almost bet my life that the Jones Act survives"

A battle over the Jones Act has emerged. Read which forces in US politics make the Jones Act near-impossible to repeal, and why Donald Trump could prove a wild card on the issue.

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There is no shortage of willing assassins or attempted eliminations when it comes to the US maritime law, Jones Act.

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