By and  on April 20, 2010

WASHINGTON — House lawmakers are stepping up the pressure on the Obama administration to eliminate a controversial cross-border trucking program with Mexico and resolve a long-simmering dispute.

A bipartisan group of 78 lawmakers wrote letters to U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood last week urging the administration to renegotiate and eliminate from the North American Free Trade Agreement a section that opens up U.S. highways to Mexican trucks.

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