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ATA to Keep Pushing Engine Fight Beyond October

September 5, 2002

ATA President William J. Canary announced in an Aug. 17 interview that American Trucking Associations would keep fighting the Oct. 1 federal deadline for new trucks to use reduced-emissions diesel engines. The White House Office of Management and Budget recently rejected industry calls to delay the Oct. 1 deadline for tougher emissions rules, and trucking officials, as well as some manufacturers, have vowed to try to keep fighting the deadline in the courts and in legislation.
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