The United States Supreme Court has issued a ruling opening up most U.S. highways to Mexican truckers. The court found that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration did not have the authority to overrule the president’s decision to lift the 1982 moratorium on cross-border trucking. “FMCSA remains subject to its mandate that it register any motor carrier willing and able to comply with various safety and financial responsibility rules,” the court held. “Only the moratorium prevented it from doing so for Mexican trucks before 2001.”

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