Lawmaker speeds to limit complaints

November 7, 2019


Land Line Now, Nov. 7, 2019


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When truckers called a congressman on speed limiters, he claimed “misinformation.” So what’s the truth? We’ll explain. Also, trucking’s getting expensive.

I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

If it happened today in trucking, you’ll find it here. (10 minutes)

II. Haulin’ freight ain’t cheap

We’ll explain what a new study says about the cost of running a trucking operation. Also, we’ll have the latest on the new drug and alcohol clearinghouse and an under-21 military pilot program.

III. Apparently, you all really like highways

We’ll have some of the results after voters across 20 states decided more than 100 transportation-related ballot measures. That includes ballot issues in Colorado, Maine and Washington state.

IV. Truckers’ phone calls generate cry of ‘misinformation’

We’ll bring you the real story behind OOIDA’s message to a congressman about speed limiters – and his complaints of “misinformation.”  And another state has busted someone for marijuana, when the plants in question were something else. We’ll explain how it could affect truck drivers around the country.

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