The U.S. House and U.S. Senate pushed through passage of free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea. Passage was a top priority for President Obama, though all three had "overwhelming Republican support", according to the New York Times:
The House voted to pass the Colombia measure, the most controversial of the three deals because of concerns about the treatment of unions in that country, 262 to 167; the Panama measure passed 300 to 129, and the agreement concerning South Korea passed 278 to 151. The votes reflected a clear partisan divide, with many Democrats voting against the president. In the Senate, the Colombia measure passed 66 to 33, the Panama bill succeeded 77 to 22 and the South Korea measure passed 83 to 15. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the majority leader, voted against all three measures.
Sen. Ron Wyden voted in favor of all three agreements. Sen. Jeff Merkley voted against all three agreements.
Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Kurt Schrader voted for Panama and South Korea, and against Colombia. Rep. Peter DeFazio voted against all three agreements. Rep. Greg Walden voted in favor of all three agreements.