Wednesday, March 22, 2017
The Nation
Fired truck driver may be key to Trump Supreme Court nomination

Fired truck driver may be key to Trump Supreme Court nomination

WASHINGTON — Truck driver Alphonse Maddin may play a key role in the Senate’s decision to confirm or deny President Trump’s nominee, Neil Gorsuch, to a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States.

After reviewing public comments FMCSA withdraws Safety Fitness Proposed Rulemaking

After reviewing public comments FMCSA withdraws Safety Fitness Proposed Rulemaking

WASHINGTON — After reviewing public comments, including a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao from 62 national and regional organizations of motor carriers asking for withdrawal of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Carrier Safety Fitness Determination, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has done just that.

J.B. Hunt donates $2.75M for supply-chain management center at University of Arkansas

J.B. Hunt donates $2.75M for supply-chain management center at University of Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. has made a $2.75 million investment in the University of Arkansas here to create a supply-chain management center.

President Donald Trump to meet Thursday with trucking representatives

President Donald Trump to meet Thursday with trucking representatives

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is planning to meet with members of the trucking community Thursday.

Regulatory freeze pushes back effective date of training rule to May 22

Regulatory freeze pushes back effective date of training rule to May 22

WASHINGTON — On the day it was to finally become effective, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration posted a notice in the Federal Register that because of the Trump administration’s regulatory freeze, the effective date for the final rule on Minimum Training Requirements for Entry-Level Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators has been pushed back to May 22.

ATA asks Health and Human Services to 'quickly' release guidelines on hair testing

ATA asks Health and Human Services to 'quickly' release guidelines on hair testing

American Trucking Associations has asked the federal Health and Human Services agency to quickly release guidelines for using hair samples in mandatory drug testing.

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