Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker stood with Vicksburg, Miss., Police Chief Walter Armstrong beside a truck hooked to two 33-foot semitrailers outside the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 21, 2015. Wicker and a bipartisan coalition are aiming to block legislation that would extend to a maximum of 91 feet the length of trucks on all the nation’s roads.
Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker stood with Vicksburg, Miss., Police Chief Walter Armstrong beside a truck hooked to two 33-foot semitrailers outside the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 21, 2015. Wicker and a bipartisan coalition are aiming to block legislation that would extend to a maximum of 91 feet the length of trucks on all the nation’s roads. By Greg Gordon McClatchy
Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker stood with Vicksburg, Miss., Police Chief Walter Armstrong beside a truck hooked to two 33-foot semitrailers outside the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 21, 2015. Wicker and a bipartisan coalition are aiming to block legislation that would extend to a maximum of 91 feet the length of trucks on all the nation’s roads. By Greg Gordon McClatchy

Senators aim to put brakes on push for 91-foot semitrailers

October 21, 2015 04:46 PM

UPDATED October 22, 2015 12:51 PM

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