Without them, the things you buy would never get from America's ports to your front door. They have been fighting for their labor rights for over a year. And now, the courts have given short-haul truck drivers something to celebrate.
"People are dependent on wireless, they're dependent on cellular," NPS spokeswoman Alexandra Picavet told the Associated Press. Rather than fight against that technological tide, the Parks Service has decided to try to cater to that dependence.
"What we want them to think is, 'There's no reason. She doesn't have an opponent. I don't need to go to the polls. I'll go spend my food stamp money at the grocery store or whatever, you know, on election day,'" a Dallas County judicial candidate said.