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  1. A final hemp rule announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture does not include requirements for shipping documents that could help motor carriers avoid being stopped, inspected or subject to detention by law enforcement when crossing state boundaries. View the full article
  2. C.H. Robinson’s fresh produce business division will roll out its own brand of fruits and vegetables nationwide, the motor carrier announced Jan. 19. View the full article
  3. Amazon .com Inc. is offering to help the Biden administration accelerate the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, including to its own employees. View the full article
  4. Cardinal Logistics Management Corp. announced Jan. 20 that it had acquired last-mile delivery provider NRX Logistics. View the full article
  5. President Joe Biden will unveil sweeping action to combat climate change hours after becoming president, moving to rejoin the Paris accord and imposing a moratorium on oil leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. View the full article
  6. A day before his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill, President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the country’s transportation policy affairs championed a pandemic aid package that includes funds for transit systems. View the full article
  7. The U.S. Department of Labor has issued an opinion letter ruling that motor carriers can supply independent contractors safety equipment such as dash cams, speed limiters and driver monitoring systems, and also require that they take safety training without jeopardizing their independent contractor status. View the full article
  8. Transportation and logistics provider Werner Enterprises announced it invested in TuSimple, an autonomous trucking technology company founded in 2015, and described it as an important milestone in the journey to become an environmental leader. View the full article
  9. Saudi Arabia’s oil production cuts have hit the tanker market so hard that owners of the biggest vessels are effectively subsidizing cargo deliveries on the industry’s main trade route. View the full article
  10. Advancements in technology and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic have driven major changes in trucking, a panel of experts said Jan. 19. View the full article
  11. The Maryland Department of Transportation has received three proposals from teams composed of private sector firms interested in becoming the developer for major interstate improvement work. View the full article
  12. All General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra needed to hit a stock record was $27 billion and a bit of braggadocio. View the full article
  13. Outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump pardoned Anthony Levandowski, saving the engineer from more than a year in prison for stealing trade secrets from his former employer, Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo. View the full article
  14. For the second week in a row, drivers in 2021 are seeing higher diesel prices as the nationwide cost of trucking’s main fuel ticked up, this time 2.6 cents to $2.696. View the full article
  15. In trucking accident lawsuits, the "reptile theory" is a method plaintiff lawyers have deployed in pursuit of so-called “nuclear” jury verdicts. View the full article
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