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Congress has until Dec. 11 to pass an omnibus spending bill to keep the government running. Congressional Republican and Democratic negotiators remain in private negotiations in an effort to reach an agreement on the omnibus bill and avert a government shutdown, but time is running short. Because the omnibus is a "must-pass" piece of legislation, policymakers are actively trying to insert unrelated policy riders into the package. This includes language pushing back against Obama Administration priorities that will adversely affect NATSO members.
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NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings announced that David Fialkov has been promoted to Vice President, Government Relations. In this role, Fialkov will continue his role as NATSO's Legislative and Regulatory Counsel and also will lead the association’s legislative policy and lobbying efforts on behalf of the truckstop and travel plaza industry.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) on June 24 introduced legislation that seeks to amend the U.S. tax code to indefinitely renew the expired tax break known as bonus depreciation.
The House has passed its Transportation-Housing spending bill that includes two provisions related to the trucking industry.
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