Mexican Trucks on US Highways

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The North American Free Trade Agreement gives U.S. and Mexican trucks free range in each other’s countries, but the U.S. has refused to implement it for fourteen years. President Bush has started a pilot program, and the first Mexican truck delivered a load of steel in North Carolina on Monday. Now Congress is trying to put on the brakes. Tonight we’ll hear about traffic safety, the environment, homeland security, and international treaties.  



Warren Olney