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Tank Carriers Seek Relief from Pending Rules

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Tank carriers are asking the Department of Transportation to drop a pair of rules-in-progress on grounds that they are unnecessary and ineffective.

John Conley, president of the National Tank Truck Carriers, the industry's national association, asked Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to consider withdrawing two proposals that fit President Obama's description as putting "an unnecessary burden on businesses."

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"an unnecessary burden on businesses"...................................all the rules and regulations they dream up these days

are driving businesses crazy. their intentions may be good, but all the r&r you have to follow anymore is enough to drive any sane

business man crazy. i dont want to get old, but im glad im not a kid coming into this regulated society. and the fines that go with these rules. from traffic rules.......to osha standards..........who dreams up this shit? all the controlling factors in our lives have me dreaming of the

"old " days when before all this bs. forms, and paperwork, and reports, and rules, and regulations, and the list goes on and on...................

our government demands-------------YOU MUST CONFORM. kinda takes the fun out of life. you can no longer do what you want to do you have to do what THEY want you to do. right down to your personal life.

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