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Anne Ferro:”This is Why US-Taxpayers and American Truck Drivers need to Foot The Bill for EOBRs for Mexican Trucks”
Ever since the announcement of the “new cross-border deal” with Mexico, and upon finding out that US taxpayers and truck drivers would be paying for the Electronic on-board Recorders (EOBR) for the Mexican trucks. The question of “why” are we … Continue reading
Obama opens the border, defies unions and truckers, and ignores Congress on the ever-so controversial cross-border issue with Mexico. Obama also, screws the American tax payers too, as in the deal with Mexico that he agreed to has Americans paying … Continue reading
Who would have thought any differently? I can’t figure ATA out, one day they are on the ball to helping the industry out. Then the very next day they rejoin the ranks of the “ignorant” people in Washington – again. … Continue reading
Obama said the two nations had “found a clear path to resolving” the roadblock in relations. Obama announced that US and Mexico had reached an agreement on Cross-Border trucking. In a news conference with Mexico’s Felipe Calderon, Obama said the … Continue reading
Obama signed the 2009 Omnibus Appropriations bill, which included a provision to end the Department of Transportation’s trucking project. Which was supposed to allow 100 Mexican carriers to do business beyond the border zone in the United States, and a … Continue reading
While this is not completely true the Secretary of Transportation did release a “Concept Document” that it alleges will serve as a starting point for renewed negotiations with Mexico regarding a potential future cross-border trucking program. The renewing of the … Continue reading