Chris Woodyard
USA Today
October 20, 2011

After years of union efforts to keep them out, Mexican trucks are about to start rolling into the U.S., as allowed under the North American Free Trade Agreement.

The first truck will likely enter the U.S. within days, the Associated Press reports. But opponents are still doing their best to stop Mexican trucks. A Teamsters union and two California congressmen, in particular, are doing their best to stop cross-border trucking.

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