Independent U.S. truck drivers reportedly have gone on strike, angry about rising fuel costs, their wages and laws forbidding them from organizing. The strike began June 28 and slowed the movement of cargo containers at several U.S. ports, says the Associated Press. There is no consensus of exactly how many drivers are striking nationwide. At the Port of New Orleans some 30 independent truck drivers were on strike on Monday, while about 200 were striking at Port Newark in New Jersey, one ...

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