Thursday, January 18, 2018
The Nation
AFL-CIO urges FMCSA to deny carriers' petition to allow hair testing in lieu of urinalysis

AFL-CIO urges FMCSA to deny carriers' petition to allow hair testing in lieu of urinalysis

WASHINGTON — The Transportation Trades Department (TTD), AFL-CIO, is urging the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to follow established protocol and put science first by denying a petition by several trucking companies to use hair specimens in lieu of federally mandated urine tests in pre-employment drug screening.

Online registration open for North American Commercial Vehicle Show

Online registration open for North American Commercial Vehicle Show

ATLANTA — Online registration is now open for the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show (NACV Show), a commercial vehicle industry trade show focused on truck and trailer manufacturers and commercial vehicle parts and components suppliers.

Canadian leader warns of 'thickening' border after U.S. slaps tariff on lumber

Canadian leader warns of 'thickening' border after U.S. slaps tariff on lumber

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has long railed about unfair trade practices of China and Mexico. Now he’s drawn a new target — Canada.

NATSO Foundation partners with DHS Blue Campaign to fight human trafficking

NATSO Foundation partners with DHS Blue Campaign to fight human trafficking

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The NATSO Foundation is partnering with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking.

OOIDA wins class action suit; state of New York to pay $44.4 million to truckers

OOIDA wins class action suit; state of New York to pay $44.4 million to truckers

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — The New York Supreme Court has ordered the New York Department of Taxation and Finance to pay $44,429,473 for what the court determined as an unconstitutional registration and decal fee.

California lawmakers send governor bill tied to gas tax hike

California lawmakers send governor bill tied to gas tax hike

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — After a fast-tracked process, California lawmakers on Monday voted to send the governor a bill to authorize more than $900 million in transportation projects that helped secure key votes for a gas tax hike.

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