Karen Vellutini, president Devine Intermodal, attended the event honoring Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) as the California Trucking Association (CTA) 2023 Legislator of the Year. The Assemblymember was given the award for his “legislative work in support of the trucking industry, including his pivotal role in championing AB376, which extends the financial aid for students pursuing entry-level commercial driving programs.”

Assemblymember Villapudua stated, “I am deeply humbled to receive this award. I believe in the power of collaboration between the legislature and the trucking industry to advance our state’s economy through investments that improved our supply chain. AB376 is just one step in our journey to strengthen the trucking industry and provide better opportunities for aspiring commercial drivers.”

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