WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) - The Bush administration has made steady progress in preparing its southern border for inspecting long-haul Mexican trucks, which could begin rolling throughout the United States later this summer, a government report to be released on Thursday concluded. In the report to Congress, Transportation Department Inspector General Kenneth Mead found that the Bush administration has moved quickly and effectively to address requirements imposed by lawmakers for ...
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