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Why are US-Taxpayers going to be Funding Equipment for Mexican Trucks?
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
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged american tax payers, Anointed One, commercial zone, cross border, highway trust fund, House Subcommittee, mexican officials, Mexican Trucks, peter defazio, pilot program, pilot programs, Ray LaHood, Rep. Peter DeFazio, RINOs, Safety Violations, sean hannity, Secretary of Transportation, Title 49, transportation dot, U.S. Department 3 Comments
ATA Applauds New Strategies for Surface Transportation
The American Trucking Associations (ATA) applauds the leaders of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and its Highways and Transit Subcommittee for its draft of a comprehensive transportation and infrastructure plan for the future. “This proposal sends a strong … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged American Trucking Associations, ATA, CEO Bill Graves, committee, heavy duty trucks, highway trust fund, highways and bridges, program, public private partnerships, safety, Transportation, U.S. House Leave a comment