Topics: Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead: 2021

Managing the coronavirus pandemic and vaccine distribution are bound to remain the top priorities for President-elect Biden when he takes his oath of office on January 20. But Biden’s Administration is also expected to focus heavily on several issues that are of top priority to NATSO and the truckstop and travel plaza industry. Here’s a look at why these issues matters for NATSO’s members and what we’re focusing on this year. More

Looking Ahead 2020

Looking Ahead 2020

NATSO closed out 2019 with an extraordinary victory for the travel plaza and truckstop industry. Just before midnight on Dec. 20, President Trump signed legislation that retroactively renewed the $1 per-gallon biodiesel blenders tax credit and extended it through 2022. 2020 is bound to be just as eventful – and busy -- for NATSO as we tackle the industry’s many other priority policy issues. More

Looking Ahead in 2019

The New Year will usher in a new chapter of the Trump Administration that will have wide-ranging consequences for NATSO’s policy priorities. Here is an overview of NATSO’s top legislative issues and their outlook for 2019. More

Looking Ahead in 2018

While infrastructure funding ranks among the top issues for truckstops and travel plaza operators, it’s just one of many issues in which NATSO will engage in 2018. Here’s an overview of the top NATSO issues that will be in play this year. More

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