If you like commentary that's bold, opinionated, and provocative, then Joel D. Anderson's new blog on DCVelocity.com will be your cup of tea.
Anderson, an economist who is president and CEO of the Des Plaines, Ill.-based International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA), has plenty to say about state and federal legislation affecting the warehouse-based third-party logistics industry. And he's not shy. Recent posts have tackled such controversial subjects as minimum wage hikes and the National Labor Relations Board's relationship with organized labor.
As head of a 120-year-old group with some 500 members in the United States and Canada, Anderson has a front-row seat for observing the goings-on in Washington and in state legislatures. Before joining IWLA, he spent 28 years at the California Trucking Association, the last 13 as executive vice president and CEO.
Read Anderson's commentary at his blog, Joel Anderson on Legislation, Regulations and Policy.