WASHINGTON — In testimony yesterday before the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, Glen Keysaw, executive director of transportation and logistics for Associated Food Stores, opposed a proposed change in the U.S. Department of Transportation Hours-of-Service (HOS) rule.  The proposed change would reduce the number of hours drivers can drive from 11 to 10 hours.   “Our industry is very concerned about the proposed [HOS] rulemaking on a couple of ...

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