Rand Paul Blames ‘Heavily Regulated California’ for Supply Chain Crisis

‘They’re like Nazis when it comes to looking at your logs to make sure you’re obeying the ethics on how many hours you drive, so truckers don’t go to California’

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PAUL: “I think it’s most important that people know it seems to be a supply chain crisis that seems to be mostly in heavily regulated California. People need to realize that when you try to put out a business, independent contractors like Lyft, Uber and independent truckers, it’s a problem. You can’t drive a truck into California that has an engine older than 2010. They’re like Nazis when it comes to looking at your log to make sure you’re obeying the edicts on how many hours you drive, so truckers don’t go to California. So truckers are in other place. There has to be a reason why there doesn’t seem to be this problem in Florida or on the Atlantic coast.”

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