Topics: NATSO Day on the Hill

NATSO Kicks Off Annual Day on Capitol Hill 2023

NATSO Kicks Off Annual Day on Capitol Hill 2023

On Tuesday, May 16, NATSO members will meet with federal lawmakers. More

NATSO’s Day on Capitol Hill Returns May 15-17 at the Watergate Hotel

NATSO’s Day on Capitol Hill Returns May 15-17 at the Watergate Hotel

NATSO’s Day on Capitol Hill, the annual gathering when industry leaders meet with their lawmakers to discuss issues affecting the travel center and truckstop industry, is scheduled to be held May 15-17 at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. More

Federal Court Overturns Portions of "Joint Employer" Rule

A federal district court ruled that portions of the Trump Administration's revised "joint employer" rule violated the Administrative Procedure Act and conflicts with the Fair Labor Standards Act. More

Thank You For The Opportunity To Serve As Your Chairman

For the past three years I have had the privilege of serving as chairman of NATSO’s board of directors, and I have so many thoughts and memories as my term comes to a close. I am grateful for the many relationships and connections I’ve made not only as chairman, but also as a NATSO member. I attended my first NATSO trade show in New Orleans 1989 and my affinity for the association and the members has continually increased since then. More

Politics and Pie During NATSO's Day on the Hill 2018

More than 60 NATSO members spent May 16–18 in Washington, D.C., advocating for long-term, sustainable infrastructure funding, an increase to the federal motor fuels taxes, and urging lawmakers to reject proposals that would harm off-highway businesses and communities, such as tolling or commercial rest areas. More

NATSO Kicks Off Day on the Hill 2018

The truckstop and travel plaza industry kicked off its annual Day on Capitol Hill event May 15 to push for sustainable highway funding as well as to voice concerns about the Administration’s call to liberalize tolling policy and commercialize Interstate rest areas. More

House Passes Bill Limiting Joint Employer Liability

The U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 7 voted 242-181 in favor of the Save Local Business Act (H.R. 3441) which, if enacted, would redefine the definition of joint employer under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). More

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