Press Releases Archive

  • » No Tolls I-95 Coalition Commends Committee Passage of HB 267 (05/13/2013)

    The No Tolls I-95 Coalition, a grassroots organization opposed to recent proposals to place tolls on Interstate 95, commends the North Carolina House of Representatives Transportation Committee for passing legislation that limits the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s authority to toll I-95 in North Carolina.

  • » Virginia Transportation Legislation A Victory for NATSO, ATA and Tolling Opponents (03/04/2013)

    The Virginia General Assembly recently approved landmark transportation legislation, which includes a provision to require legislative approval on tolls on I-95 south of Fredericksburg, a major victory for NATSO, the American Trucking Associations and the grassroots coalition that have been fighting the state's tolling proposal for more than a year.

  • » No Tolls Coalition Commends McCrory and Dalton for Commitment to Keeping I-95 Toll Free (10/17/2012)

    The No Tolls I-95 Coalition, Inc., today commended former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory and Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton for expressing their commitment to keeping Interstate 95 toll free during Tuesday night’s second gubernatorial debate.

  • » N.C. Coalition Opposing Tolls on I-95 Elects Board of Directors (09/24/2012)

    The No Tolls I-95 Coalition, Inc., a grassroots alliance of residents, businesses and local governments working to keep Interstate 95 in North Carolina toll-free, announced that it has elected Ernie Brame, Chairman of Kenly95 Petro, Kenly, N.C., as its Chairman of the Board and Scott Aman, New Dixie Oil Corp. as treasurer.

  • » Senate Rejects Portman Amendment (03/14/2012)

  • » Senate Urged to Vote NO to Sen. Portman Amendment #1742 (03/06/2012)

    “Senator Portman has said that his top priority in the U.S. Senate is to promote job creation and help Ohio small businesses to succeed,” said NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings, and a member of the Partnership to Save Highway Communities. “Yet he has introduced an amendment that poses the single biggest threat small business owners have ever faced under a highway bill."

  • » Reps. LaTourette's and Kucinich's Amendment Threatens to Turn Highway Bill Into a Jobs Killer (02/15/2012)

    “This Amendment is the biggest threat small business owners have ever faced under a highway bill,” said Lisa Mullings, President and CEO of NATSO, and a member of the Partnership to Save Highway Communities.

  • » Kirk Legislation Jeopardizes Highway Businesses; Threatens Jobs (06/22/2011)

  • » NATSO Urges Congress to Maintain Prohibition Against Commercial Rest Areas (03/29/2011)

  • » States Pressure Congress to Allow Competition With Small-Town Businesses (01/25/2011)

  • » ADOT and AASHTO Propose Siphoning Jobs and Customers From Small Town Business To Fix State Budget (08/25/2010)

  • » Partnership to Save Highway Communities Condemns VDOT For Closing Rest Areas (07/21/2009)

  • » Partnership to Save Highway Communities Urges Senate EPW Leaders to Maintain Commercialization Ban (07/15/2009)

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