Legislation that would up the federally required insurance minimum for motor carriers nearly six-fold—from the current $750,000 to $4,442,000— is wending its way through Congress. Yet motor-carrier interests are not entirely aligned against the measure.   Nicknamed the “Safe Haul Act,” the bill would also tie future insurance minimum requirements to the cost of medical care inflation.  Introduced in the House by Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA) as the ...

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