The California Trucking Association (CTA) is fighting for independent contractors and their choice to remain an entrepreneurial business person, an independent truck driver.

The CTA has petitioned the US Supreme Court to hear their case against the implementation of AB5, a California law prohibiting the use of independent contractors and pushing 70,000 drivers out of business.
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The CTA argues the recent Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling conflicts with another Circuit Court ruling as well as AB5 being contrary to the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act (F4A) which prohibits states, counties or municipalities from enacting laws or regulations that restrict interstate commerce.

 

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