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Economy is being pulled in many directions

June 6, 2018

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LLN (6/5/18) – Between oil prices, trade wars and jobs reports the economy is being pulled in many directions. We’ll have that, plus: San Francisco-are voters deciding whether to raise bridge tolls; a transportation sales tax vote in Georgia; the Senate version of a transportation spending bill; and a Canadian ruling on glider kits.

0:00-9:26 – Newscast

9:26-23:36 – Economic Update

23:36-38:27 – Bay-area bridge tolls; Georgia tax vote

38:27-48:41 – Senate spending bill; Canada on glider kits

Segment 2:

Between oil prices, trade wars and jobs reports the economy is being pulled in many directions these days. Terry Scruton tries to sort out what it all means with Steve Freidell of Central States Capital.

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Segment 3:

San Francisco-are voters will decide whether to raise tolls on seven area bridges. Terry Scruton covers that – and a sales tax for transportation in Georgia – with our state legislative experts, Mike Matousek and Keith Goble.

 

Segment 4:

The Senate version of a transportation spending bill appears free of many of the controversial trucking measures attached to the House version. Mark Reddig covers that – and a Canadian ruling on glider kits – with Nile Elam of OOIDA’s Washington, D.C., office.

It’s never too late to share your views with lawmakers. You can do that at www.FightingForTruckers.com.

 

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