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We’re looking at what’s going to happen to the hunter truck industry and the jobs in it.
We’re going to look at what jobs are expected to disappear from hunting trucks in the next few years, and how that will impact the jobs and wages of the workforce.
The Hunter Truck Job Creation Act, a $1.4 billion bill in the U.S. Senate, was introduced on Tuesday.
The bill would allow hunters to purchase new trucks for $200,000 and install a new battery charger for them for up to 10 years.
It also would allow truck owners to replace their trucks with other vehicles that meet safety standards.
The bill would require the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide information on vehicle crash rates and crash severity, and it would allow federal agencies to issue waivers to states that allow hunting and fishing vehicles to be transported on public lands.
The bills comes at a time when the industry is reeling from a lack of federal action on the issue.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reports that a record-low 1.6 million hunters in the US are unemployed, and a report by the Center for Public Integrity found that nearly 1 in 3 hunters had no job prospects and were looking for work elsewhere.
Hunter truck employment is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the industry.
A 2017 study by Hunter Trucking Association (HTA) found that over 10 years, the trucking industry could grow by 70 percent, from 3.3 million to 10.2 million jobs.
Hunters have been fighting for a more stringent federal ban on commercial hunting for decades.
Since the ban was first imposed in 1972, it has resulted in tens of thousands of deaths, injuries, and illnesses among hunters and their families.
That number has increased to over 3,600 deaths per day.
Hunting has also become a hot-button issue in Washington.
The industry has seen some legislative changes over the past year, including the introduction of the Hunter Truck Safety Act, which would allow hunting vehicles to travel on public roads and highways, rather than under a federal permit.
The legislation would also expand the definition of a commercial hunter and permit hunting vehicles.
This bill would include any hunter, but would allow a commercial truck to operate on federal land as long as the driver is not licensed to hunt.
Hunter truck owners would be able to sell and lease their vehicles, as well as lease their trucks for private use, but they would be prohibited from carrying weapons or hunting in the public.
This bill is being touted by hunters and the industry as a way to expand hunting access and protect the jobs of the hunters, and would allow more hunters to hunt with trucks.
The Hunter Truck Employment Act is currently on hold in the Senate, but it is expected to receive an up-or-down vote on the House side in the coming days.
The Senate version of the bill has the support of many hunters, hunters groups, and hunters organizations.
Hunters are hoping that a compromise between the two bills will get the legislation passed in the near future.
Hunts and the truck industry are both on a tear, with the industry having lost over 3 million hunters and more than $200 million in jobs since the ban.
The hunters’ union, Hunters America, has been working with lawmakers to get the Hunter Safety Act to a vote.
Hunter trucks currently operate on public highways in the states of Texas and Utah, and in the Dakotas.