The California's Air Resources Board is holding hearings on proposed air qualities regulations for trucks that would require companies to retrofit some trucks to control air pollution.
In a tough economy, Inland Empire truck companies say the regulations could signal an end of some of their business. The truckers and those that support them are organizing a protest at schedule hearing in Sacramento on Dec. 11 and 12. Channel four's Mary Parks talked with some Inland Empire trucking companies and they told her that the new regulations could costs millions for a small company. The truckers want the state to postpone the regulations between 12 and 24 months.