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The Illinois Supreme Court ruled today in favor of TRALA and member-company Enterprise in a case that revolved around the Graves Amendment, state minimum financial responsibility (MFR) laws, and the right of a rental company to self-insure.
The Truck Renting and Leasing Association is proud to announce the addition of Peter Einisman as its new Manager of Government Relations effective today. Peter comes from Stateside Associates where he monitored state and local issues for a variety of Fortune 500 companies. He has previous legislative experience interning in the office of two separate Members of Congress as well as in local government for the Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development. Peter is originally from Sarasota, Florida and went to college at the University of Central Florida earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2012. He then completed his Masters in Public Administration from Florida International University in May, 2015. Peter joins Andrew Stasiowski in TRALA's Government Relations department to form a two-person team that will work together on both federal and state issues representing TRALA and its membership before Congress as well as state legislatures. Joe Sculley, TRALA's long-time Director of Government Relations is leaving to assume the role of President of the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut effective October 15. If you have any specific government relations questions going forward or would simply like to welcome Peter to his new role, please feel free to contact him at PeterEinisman@trala.org or 703-299-9120. ###
TOP STORIES The Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) recently submitted comments on proposed GHG rule changes to the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Highway Transportation Safety administration. The new rules cover increasingly strict reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from commercial vehicles. FULL STORY