Too good to be true?

December 17, 2020


Land Line Now, Dec. 17, 2020.

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Too good to be true? A transportation agency takes steps to remove costly, redundant and burdensome regulations. Plus, a massive cyberattack comes into focus.

I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

OOIDA wants the FMCSA to consider one more tweak to ag definitions; a major snowstorm leads to a major crash in Pennsylvania; and the Christmas car caper.

II. “Duplicative” regulations, CDL skills test delays and Buttigieg nomination

A transportation agency is actually taking steps to remove costly, redundant and burdensome trucking regulations.

III. Missouri fuel tax, PA P3 expansion plans

Missouri considers a fuel tax hike – again – and Pennsylvania lawmakers kill plans for more public-private partnerships.

IV. Freshman class of Congress, massive cyberattack

Taking a closer look at the incoming class of Congress members and a massive cyberattack being blamed on Russia.

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