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Truck drivers serving California’s ports have been misclassified as independent contractors rather than employees for decades.
The Trump Administration is notorious for wanting to sell off public lands and has threatened to undo federal protections of some public lands in California.
One of the bills recently enacted as a companion to the extension of California’s carbon pollution cap and trade law extension is AB 617, principally authored by Assembly Member Cristina Garcia.
The Trump Administration today directed federal agencies to begin rolling back commonsense clean car and fuel economy standards
California, long a land of pioneers, leads the nation in developing emissions standards to reduce pollution from cars and trucks. These standards have cleaned up the Golden State’s air, and have benefited other states following California’s lead.