The California Trucking Association (CTA) filed a legal challenge to California’s AB5, which effectively bans companies from utilizing entrepreneurial owner operators and deprives more than 70,000 independent business people from continuing to make a living.

The CTA’s lawsuit asserts “AB5 is preempted by the supremacy of commerce clauses in the US Constitution and is in direct conflict with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMCSA) and the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 (FAAAA).”
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The CTA is seeking an injunction against the implementation of AB5.

Stay tuned.  We’ll keep you updated.

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