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Congressional Bills Aimed at Human Trafficking

Sep
24,
2010
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A bill that would grant funds to state and local initiatives that would combat human trafficking and support survivors of trafficking was introduced to the Senate on December 22nd, 2009.  The senate bill, S. 2925 was reported by the Committee … Continue reading

The Leavenworth Ten Biker Freedom Ride

Aug
13,
2010
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The cause for freedom in the case of Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna is gaining ground.  Lt. Behenna, along with nine other soldiers, sit in military prison in Leavenworth, Kansas.  They are serving sentences ranging from ten to forty years … Continue reading

Railroad Bill Introduced to Congress

May
17,
2009
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We first reported about the plan to build a railroad transportation yard in the state of Virginia, back on April 26th, 2009, and how this is more than likely, the true underlying reason for the planned closings of the rest … Continue reading

Trucking DAC Report

Jan
6,
2009
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Truth About Trucking is setting out to bring about changes on how the DAC agency, USIS,  operates when it comes to the false reporting by trucking companies on their drivers.  As professional drivers, we all know that many of these … Continue reading

Congress Should Investigate Driver Turn Over Rate

Sep
10,
2008
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There is always some kind of investigation going on with some kind of issue.  I’ve noticed that many times the investigation will relate to an “insider” type of special interest.  Why has there never been a call for Congress to … Continue reading

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