2012

This one should be tough for the supporters of the current regime to swallow….AND it comes from ABC NEWS…no Snopes or Wikileaks on this one!! U.S.A. Bridges and Roads Being Built by Chinese Firms Shocking to say the least!  This video is a jaw-dropper that will make you sick.  (It

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Illustration: EPA byAlexander Hunter for The Washington Times Agency incites air-quality fears By Steve Milloy – The Washington Times Fewer than 1 in 5 Americans has any use for cigarettes nowadays, but here’s why the Obama Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made smoking important to us all. The EPA plans to issue in

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They are putting our energy, economy, jobs, living standards, health and welfare at grave risk Climate alarmists are meeting in Doha, Qatar, to hammer out a new international treaty to replace the Kyoto Protocol that expires this year. The US Environmental Protection Agency is poised to unleash its first wave

Ryder Systems—a leader in commercial transportation and supply chain management solutions, has achieved a significant milestone with its fleet of 250 natural gas vehicles (mostly in California) surpassing six million miles this year. The fleet of 35 liquefied natural gas and 215 compressed natural gas tractors, currently is running in

This summary describes how to obtain a certificate of reporting and how brokers, motor carriers, contractors, public agencies, developers, and others must verify the fleets they hire or dispatch are in compliance with the Truck and Bus regulation. The regulation does not apply to state and local government vehicles, most

Dear Editor: My husband and I are co-owners of a small trucking business based in Southern California since 2003. For the past year, we had been struggling to get paid from a large broker for work we already performed.  I am writing now to hopefully educate other CCTA members in

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State Senator Ted Lieu (D-Redondo Beach) has dropped the idea to ask voters to triple the state’s vehicle license fee or tax to pay for transportation improvements. On November 14, he announced a plan to introduce legislation to put a measure on the 2014 ballot asking voters to raise the state’s

The case California Chamber of Commerce v. California Air Resources Board was filed the day before CARB’s first cap-and-trade allowances auction in Sacramento County Superior Court, and in an ironic, perhaps predictable twist, it was assigned to Judge Mike Kenny, a former executive officer of the agency. Two other lawsuits

DENVER, CO – Interstate Distributor Company will pay $4.85 million and provide other significant relief to settle a nationwide class disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today. The EEOC’s suit said the nationwide trucking firm unlawfully denied reasonable accommodations to hundreds of

Although cement consumption and overall U.S. construction activity increased significantly more than expected in 2012, these gains would be immediately erased in 2013 if the fiscal cliff is not resolved in a timely manner, according to a forecast from the Portland Cement Association. PCA expects a 7.5 percent jump in