Gov. Holcomb signs order to speed delivery of goods to stores

the toilet paper aisle at the Mishawkaa Walmart was nearly wiped out on Thursday, March 12, 2020. (Jon Zimney/953MNC)

Finding stores out of toilet paper and cleaning supplies?

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has signed an executive order to lift regulations on commercial vehicles transporting goods to retailers, some of which are running short on supplies.

Drivers of commercial vehicles, including those who deliver food, goods and items to Indiana businesses for purchase or use by Hoosiers as well as delivery of items for emergency preparedness, are limited by in the number of hours they can work in a single day.

The executive order waives those regulations.

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