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US Court Ruling May Take 70,000 Truckers Off Road, Spur Jams

  • Decision to add fuel to ongoing supply-chain crisis, CTA says
  • Owner-operators in California have week to cease business
A truck drives outside a warehouse in Redlands, California.

A truck drives outside a warehouse in Redlands, California.

Photographer: Roger Kisby/Bloomberg
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A US Supreme Court decision that could force California’s 70,000 truck owner-operators to stop driving is set to create another choke point in already-stressed West Coast logistics networks, a truckers’ organization said.