By  on September 11, 2008

WASHINGTON — The Senate could soon take up legislation, following action on a bill in the House, which would thwart the Bush administration from extending a cross-border trucking program with Mexico for two years.

The House passed a bill 395 to 18 Tuesday night under special rules requiring a two-thirds majority that would prohibit the secretary of transportation from granting authority to Mexican trucks to travel throughout the U.S. and direct the administration to terminate the program immediately.

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