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Sunday Jan 25, 2015 - Frack It, Tax It

Christopher Bergin , Contributor

Did you ever notice that the government is like some of your relatives? When they find out you’re doing well, that’s when you start hearing from them and getting hit up for money.

This brings us to the gas tax. If you drive a vehicle with an internal combustion engine like I do, you’ve

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Sunday Jan 25, 2015 - Senate highway bill could be unveiled soon

Senators Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) may soon unveil a highway funding bill that would direct money to the struggling Highway Trust Fund from taxes on companies’ overseas earnings, according to Politico’s Morning Transportation report from Jan. 22.

Paul, however, did not mention any specifics in his announcement about a potential bill of what m

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Friday Jan 23, 2015 - Truckers must produce new documentation for TWIC enrollment

New documentation requirements and a slightly reduced enrollment fee are on the horizon for the Transportation Worker Identification Credential program.

Truckers are among the more than 2.8 million workers enrolled in the Transportation Security Administration program, required for those needed unescorted access to secure maritime facilities.

On Feb. 1, the fe

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Friday Jan 23, 2015 - Trucker Sues Company Over Injuries, Faulty Brakes

A driver has filed a lawsuit against his company alleging that they failed to properly maintain his vehicle, causing a brake failure that resulted in severe and permanent injuries.

Donald Dotson, formerly employed by Elite Oil Field Services Inc, was driving his truck with an empty trailer when his brakes overheated and began to smoke. After he pulled over his vehicle, one of the brakes caught fire. Dotson reported the malfunction to his supervisor who arran

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Friday Jan 23, 2015 - Trucker Sues Company Over Injuries, Faulty Brakes

A driver has filed a lawsuit against his company alleging that they failed to properly maintain his vehicle, causing a brake failure that resulted in severe and permanent injuries.

Donald Dotson, formerly employed by Elite Oil Field Services Inc, was driving his truck with an empty trailer when his brakes overheated and began to smoke. After he pulled over his vehicle, one of the brakes caught fire. Dotson reported the malfunction to his supervisor who arran

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Thursday Jan 22, 2015 - I want to be a freight broker. What will my salary be?

Job: Freight broker

Role: Freight brokers act as an intermediary between companies that need to transport goods and the transportation providers themselves.

When companies need to ship large quantities of goods to multiple locations with various specifications concerning how those items need to be handled, they employ a freight brokerage to handle the logistics. The

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Thursday Jan 22, 2015 - Oil boomtown: 'We could see 20,000 layoffs by June'
Williston, N.D. (CNNMoney)

Oil prices have been sinking for months. And while that's good news for most Americans, what happens to towns like Williston, N.D., that have built an entire economy around the oil industry?

The drop in crude prices, while beneficial for drivers, has already cost thousands of oil jobs. Schlumberger (

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Thursday Jan 22, 2015 - Freight Factoring As Low as 3% With No Extra Fees
Freight factoring company, Smart Freight Funding, helps trucking companies of all sizes keep their trucks moving by getting paid quicker. Smart Freight Funding works with single truck operations, individual owner-operator, and larger companies managing several trucks and drivers. We offer competitive low rates, quick pay, and superb customer service.

The team behind Smart Freight Funding has more than 50 years combined driving, dispatching, contracting and accounting experience in t
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Thursday Jan 22, 2015 - Missouri officials say heavier truck cargo could hurt roads

— Farmers praised legislation that would end weight limits for trucks carrying livestock and grain, but state transportation officials warned members of a Senate agriculture panel Wednesday that the bill could damage roads at a time when money for repairs is strained.

The current law has no weight limits for trucks carrying milk. Under the bill, there'd be no weight limits on most Missouri roads for trucks transporting livestock,

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Thursday Jan 22, 2015 - CHS and Northern Partners Cooperative will form long-term agreements on grain and fertilizer river terminals at Peru, Illinois

ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CHS Inc. (NASDAQ: CHSCP, CHSCO, CHSCN, CHSCM, CHSCL), North America'sleading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, and Northern Partners Cooperative, Mendota, Ill., announced today that CHS will build a 47,000 ton capacity fertilizer warehouse with product blending capabilities that wil

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