Thwarting Buy American Laws to Buy Belgian 

AC Transit had to subvert the intent of federal law to buy its Belgian buses.

Rome Aloise worried that AC Transit's love affair with European buses would set a bad precedent. In the months before the agency inked its exclusive deal with Van Hool in January 2002, the secretary-treasurer of the San Leandro-based Teamsters Local 853 wrote…

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