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A coronavirus timeline: How we got here

Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, 2019, when the first reports came out of China.

Crime & Courts, News, State

California Trucking Association to request rehearing over AB5

The California Trucking Association will seek a rehearing en banc in its case regarding a state worker classification law.

Federal, News, OOIDA

OOIDA-led coalition seeks allies in battle against trucking insurance hike

An OOIDA-led coalition of 60-plus groups remains proactive in fighting efforts to raise motor carriers’ minimum insurance requirement

Federal, News, OOIDA

Navigating the next highway reauthorization bill

What does OOIDA’s letter to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure mean for you? The latest Live From Exit 24” explains.

News, State, Tolls

Florida legislature partially repeals M-CORES toll projects

A bill awaiting Gov. DeSantis’ signature will significantly lower the scope of three M-CORES toll road projects, including the elimination of one.

News, State

Texas House backs revised truck injury liability rules

A Texas House-approved bill would limit injury liability for truck operations of all sizes, protecting them from frivolous lawsuits.

Coronavirus, Driver Fitness, News

Iowa 80 Truckstop offering COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Truckers searching for a COVID-19 vaccine will have multiple opportunities to receive one this month at the Iowa 80 Truckstop.

Federal, News

DOT seeks public feedback for regulatory review

The U.S. DOT seeks public feedback on whether its regulations are consistent with the administration’s goals to tackle climate change.

News, State, Tolls

Pennsylvania Senate approves re-do on public-private partnerships

The Pennsylvania Senate has taken the first step to halt plans for public-private partnerships to repair and toll bridges in the state.

Federal, News

Report: Government made ‘missteps’ in giving Yellow Corp. $700M loan

The Congressional Oversight Commission still has questions about Yellow Corp.’s $700 million CARES Act loan, skeptical of U.S. Treasury claims.

OOIDA

Be a part of the next ‘Live From Exit 24’

Call into the next “Live From Exit 24” on May 5. OOIDA priorities detailed in an April letter to the T&I committee will be discussed.