Joe Rajkovacz

California Construction Trucking Association

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Director of Governmental Affairs for the California Construction Trucking Association and a long-haul trucker of produce for 30 years

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Truckers who move goods out of SoCal are threatening a work stoppage on July 14. They’re opposing a law that reclassifies independent contractors as employees.

Why some truckers want to stay independent contractors instead of employees

Truckers who move goods out of SoCal are threatening a work stoppage on July 14. They’re opposing a law that reclassifies independent contractors as employees.

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