Ahead of Yuma, Ariz. field hearing, Border Trade Alliance urges House Judiciary Committee to remember needs of trade community
Ahead of a February 23, 2023 Judiciary Committee field hearing in Yuma, Arizona, the Border Trade Alliance sent this correspondence to committee Chairman Jim Jordan urging that the committee keep in mind trade’s indispensable contribution to the region and the broader U.S. economy.
BTA pushes for immigration reform
As follow up to its May 2022 letter to the Biden Administration, the BTA sent this letter on January 12, 2023 to reinforce the need for an immigration policy that articulates beliefs and proposals on [...]
BTA urges Gov. Abbott to cease trade-harming commercial vehicle inspections
The BTA on Dec. 21, 2022 sent this letter urging Gov. Greg Abbott to cease his state's duplicative and expensive commercial vehicle inspections.
BTA urges congressional intervention as rail strike looms
The Border Trade Alliance sent this letter to congressional leaders on Nov. 4, 2022 urging intervention to prevent a rail strike that exacerbate current supply chain disruptions and inflict crippling damage on an economy already [...]
Border Trade Alliance to USTR Tai: Reject Florida’s attempts to undermine USMCA, shut out fresh produce imports from Mexico
The Border Trade Alliance sent this letter to United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai urging her to reject a recent petition from the Florida congressional delegation seeking a Sec. 301 investigation into fresh produce imports from Mexico.
Border Trade Alliance appoints new board chairman, officers
Lance Jungmeyer, president of Fresh Produce Assoc. of the Americas, takes helm of BTA board WASHINGTON (June 23, 2022) – The Border Trade Alliance is pleased to announce that it has named Lance Jungmeyer as [...]