ATA backs bipartisan energy plan

September 2008
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The article reports on the support of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) for a bipartisan comprehensive energy bill that calls for domestic oil drilling, tax incentives, and alternative energy research to lower the price of fuel for the 3.5 million truck drivers and consumers in the U.S. ATA First Vice Chairman Charles Whittington emphasizes the urgency of a comprehensive energy plan.


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