Truckers demand fuel tax halt

Traffic choked the state Capitol on Monday as hundreds of tractor-trailers slowly circled the sprawling complex, their horns creating a deafening din. "Fuel prices are too high. We can't put our kids through college," said J.B. Farrow, a truck driver from Duncannon in Perry County. "People can't heat their homes." Read More

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Anonymous said...

I hope that the truckers got their message across loud and clear, they need to go on strike longer just to show what an impact it would bring nation wide. Automobile drivers need to do the same thing.