WASHINGTON -- Proponents of flow control legislation are hoping Congress will take up the issue again when it considers the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in a postelection lame-duck session.

But the congressional leadership is not expected to allow consideration of the bill, which would protect flow control laws and policies that were in place on May 15, the day before the Supreme Court struck down flow control authority.

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