When will the USA be added to their own "Special 301 report"

There are many policy makers like law like Heritage Minister Lisa Frulla who is entirely uninformed on copyright law and precedent. They may have read the Special 301 report and believe that Canada's laws are somehow not in accordance with international standards. The reality is that the USA has similar debates within their own country, with US Judge Patel Shoots Down Notion That the Right of Distribution Includes "Making Available". This is very similar to the second part ("making available") of the judgment from Canadian Justice Von Finckenstein.

Are politicians paying attention, or are they like Heritage Minister Liza Frulla who wish to make radical changes to our copyright law without being informed of the current state of the law, recent judgments, or the ongoing national and international policy debate.