Truckers: Utah, Iowa, California, Oregon and Washington breaking news
Changes in the price of diesel, new taxes, union conflicts and compensation.
Utah: Since January and in the state of Utah, those who start their electric vehicles at commercial charging stations pay a tax of 12.5 percent. Contrary to this news, in the same state and as of July 1, the price of gasoline will drop 2 cents per gallon. This is due to a package of regulations and laws signed by Governor Spencer Cox.
In addition, it will increase vehicle registration fees by $7. Regarding the tax on electric vehicles, the official clarified that it will not apply to businesses or homes, only charging stations.
Iowa: A bill limiting awards in commercial vehicle accident claims is in the hands of Governor Kim Reynolds. Its promulgation is awaited for the moment.
Limits all damages related to pain, suffering, deprivation of family from loss of a spouse, and mental anguish. That is, those known as non-economic damages.
California, Oregon and Washington. The end of the conflict? West Coast dockworkers begin to come to an agreement on certain issues. There are 22,000 workers who are in talks to renew their labor contracts.
The International Union of Longshoremen and Warehousemen leads the dialogue with the Pacific Maritime Association.