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  • The Supreme Court expressed skepticism during oral arguments Tuesday that a company should not be able to sue a union in state court for damage caused during a strike, in a case that unions say could curtail a federal labor law meant to protect their actions.
    Labor leaders converged in Las Vegas last week — while the CES tech conference was going on — for a summit that centered on workers, and how technology affects them and their livelihoods.
    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration once again denied a request from a group of carriers to expand the scope of drug clearinghouse results reported to include hair testing.
    LAS VEGAS — Advances in the development of autonomous trucks highlighted a heavy focus on commercial vehicles and supply chain technologies at CES 2023.
    President Biden will travel to Kentucky on Wednesday to tout infrastructure investments and his broader economic plan, and he’ll be joined by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), the White House said Sunday.
    The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is assembling a “high performance unit” that will kickstart the state’s efforts to design and install additional charging stations for electric vehicles.
    Federal money for big transit projects is on its way, and with it a new problem for transit agencies: balancing the need to repair with demands to expand service, while ensuring a windfall doesn’t go to waste.
    State lawmakers sent Gov. Charlie Baker a revised road safety bill this week that aims to cut down the number of traffic fatalities by imposing new measures on drivers like minimum passing distances to protect pedestrians, cyclists, and those not in a vehicle from road-related injuries or death.
    This year, a rare burst of union momentum produced some major victories – along with some losses and significant fights with employers.
    The Teamsters Local 122 Executive Board would like to wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season!
    The Biden administration on Tuesday announced stricter standards on smog-forming emissions from trucks, vans and buses starting in the 2027 model year, the first of several federal actions aimed at limiting vehicle pollution.
    Congress is poised to boost funding for the federal agency that protects workers’ rights to organize, at least temporarily averting a staffing crisis that has hampered the Biden administration’s ability to deliver on its pro-union agenda — and that also threatened to cause prolonged labor unrest at the agency.

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