I write to express concern that the Administration may be renegotiating its sugar suspension agreements with Mexico without allowing for public comment. Policy with economic implications of this magnitude deserves careful study and an opportunity for input from all affected. Since Implementation in December 2014, the sugar managed trade agreements between the United States and Mexico have restricted the sugar supply available in the U.S. to a level far too low to meet domestic demand and have caused an unjustified price hike for American businesses and consumers.