2013 Policy Agenda

Policy Agenda

BTA is North America’s premier authority on issues affecting the U.S. northern and southern borders, representing a large grassroots network of over 4.2 million public and private sector representatives, including business leaders, chambers of commerce and industry, academic institutions, economic development corporations, industrial parks, transport companies, customs brokers, defense companies, manufacturers and state and local government agencies. 

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BTA is North America’s premier authority on issues affecting the U.S. northern and southern borders, representing a large grassroots network of over 4.2 million public and private sector representatives, including business leaders, chambers of commerce and industry, academic institutions, economic development corporations, industrial parks, transport companies, customs brokers, defense companies, manufacturers and state and local government agencies.

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Headlines

Headlines

Border Trade Alliance supportive of NADBank capital expansion
The Border Trade Alliance is very encouraged that President Obama and President Peña Nieto have agreed to expand the operating capital of the North American Development Bank.

Border Trade Alliance joins new Majority Whip Sen. John Cornyn for swearing-in, Congressional opening festivities
Border Trade Alliance President Noe Garcia, III and City of McAllen International Bridge Superintendent Rigo Villarreal, a BTA board member and the chairman of BTA México, joined Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn on Capitol Hill yesterday for the senator’s swearing-in and festivities marking the opening of the 114th Congress.

Letter of support for HUMANE Act's work to address port of entry needs
The BTA sent this letter to the sponsors of the HUMANE Act, Sen. John Cornyn and Rep. Henry Cuellar.

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