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OOIDA Call to Action Alert - OK

One of your elected representatives, SENATOR JIM INHOFE, wants to
help truckers in Oklahoma and across the nation deal with fuel prices. :$:

Please call his office today. Please convey to him and his staff how
fuel prices are impacting you, your livelihood and your family.

He will not only be interested to hear your thoughts on how fuel
prices can be brought down, he will also want to hear about what you feel
can be done within the trucking industry to help you and your fellow
truckers.

Senator Inhofe is especially interested to hear from you if you have
dealt with brokers or motor carriers who've skimmed or pocketed
portions of fuel surcharges that should have gone to you.

The number for Senator Inhofe's Capitol Hill office is (202) 224-4721. :thumbsup


Your other Senator, SENATOR TOM COBURN, and your Congressman should
also be hearing your thoughts and suggestions.

The number for Senator Coburn's Capitol Hill office is (202) 224-5754.

To contact your Congressman or Congresswoman, call the U.S. Capitol
switchboard at (202) 224-3121, provide the operator with your home zip
code and they will connect you with the office of your elected
representative.

Please take just a few minutes out of your day to make a few phone
calls to keep your elected representatives informed.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call the Association
at 1-800-444-5791.

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE OUR VOICES HEARD.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE CAPITOL HILL TAKE NOTICE.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE LIFE BETTER FOR TRUCKERS THROUGHOUT AMERICA
 

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You don't need to be a trucker to call OOIDA is a trucking assc. This is an email I received wanted to pass on these numbers cause we all could use help with these prices. Thanks for your time pass it on.
 

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I told two state Reps. here, and they couldnt give me the time to talk...thats when i lived in Arkansas...im moving to tulsa, and hopefully things will be different. Thanks for the info!
 
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