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New Bill would put an End to Bad Brokers in the Trucking Industry
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) applauded the introduction of the “Fighting Fraud in Transportation Act,” HR2357, in the U.S. House of Representatives today. “This law would put a stop to a system that allows ruthless brokers and scam artists … Continue reading
Posted in trucking news Tagged Act, American Trucking Associations, Association, bad brokers, Brokerage Activities, Fertile Ground, frank guinta, Fraud, Freight Charges, Freight Forwarder, Independent Drivers Association, ooida, requirement, russ carnahan, Scam Artists, Strict Guidelines, surety, surety bond requirement, surety bonds, Todd Spencer, transportation act, transportation intermediaries association, trucking industry, Unlimited Liability, Valuable Service 2 Comments
Recovery Act – ‘If It Was Good’ – Why Keep Accentuating It
If the Recovery Act – that the Secretary of Transportation keeps proclaiming about was a good idea for the economy – why must he keep reminding everyone? Is it because those that were in favor of it are not sure … Continue reading
Posted in conservative trucking Tagged Act, advertising, apprehension, billions of dollars, blog, bureau of labor, bureau of labor statistic, economy, fairy tale, idea, money, need, new health care, point of no return, recovery act, reminders, secr, Secretary, Secretary of Transportation, small businesses, statistic reports, tax breaks, Taxes, unemployment Leave a comment
Stimulus Money Success or Failure
I, like you, have probably read countless different articles about how the $787 billion stimulus package was a success and then some articles showing what a big failure it actually was. So was it a huge success like the Obama … Continue reading
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Arrow employees Class action suit Charles A. Ercole filed Dec. 29
Dec. 22nd 2009 Arrow Trucking a Tulsa, Oklahoma based trucking company “suspended operations” stranding drivers all over the US, without a way for them to get home or even telling them. Charles A. Ercole an attorney with Klehr Harrison Harvey … Continue reading
Posted in Truck Driver Industry Tagged Act, Arrow, arrow trucking, Charles A. Ercole, company, Douglas Pielsticker, E.D. Pa., Harrison Harvey Branzburg, klehr harrison, Oklahoma, payroll checks, Philadelphia, Trucking, trucking transportation, Tulsa, US, usf red star, way 1 Comment