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CDL, DRUG TESTING AND THE ENVIRONMENT ARE TOPICS OF LOCAL 'TOWN MEETING' SPONSORED BY ATA

 CDL, DRUG TESTING AND THE ENVIRONMENT ARE TOPICS
 OF LOCAL 'TOWN MEETING' SPONSORED BY ATA
 A new nationwide commercial drivers license, strict drug testing laws and tough new environmental regulations are changing the way the U.S. trucking industry does business.
 To help trucking companies cope with these sweeping changes, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) is hosting a series of town meetings throughout the United States to discuss the issues affecting the trucking industry, shippers and all other highway users.
 On Tuesday, April 14, in an ON-THE-RECORD presentation, ATA President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue and six senior ATA issue specialists will offer candid assessments of these and other issues at:
 -- The Ontario Airport Hilton
 700 N. Haven Ave.
 Ontario, Calif.
 Tuesday, April 14, 1-5 p.m.
 The media is invited to participate in this unique meeting which features ATA's top executives discussing such issues as the new $151 billion highway legislation, fuel taxes, the Clean Air Act, hazardous materials hauling and labor issues.
 CONTACT: John Doyle, American Trucking Associations, Office of Public Affairs, 703-838-1912.
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