HAULS Act Reintroduced in Congress with Hopes of Modernizing Transportation Rules
Washington, DC — A bipartisan effort in congress could lead to a positive change in the transportation industry, specifically those hauling agricultural products. Amber Hanson-Glaeser with the Minnesota Farm Bureau says the Haulers of Agricultural and Livestock Safety Act, or HAULS Act, has been reintroduced in both the House and Senate in Washington D.C.
Hanson says the HAULS Act would specifically accomplish three different things:
The HAULS Act was introduced by Republicans Senators Deb Fischer of Nebraska and Roger Wicker of Mississippi and Democratic Senators Tina Smith of Minnesota and John Tester of Montana.