I was hired in one state to travel and work 5 hours away in another state and have my company pay my hotel expenses. My company refuses to pay for the travel time back and forth. Is that legal? Also they require me to be out of state 24 hours prior to my

I was hired in one state to travel and work 5 hours away in another state and have my company pay my hotel expenses. My company refuses to pay for the travel time back and forth. Is that legal? Also they require me to be out of state 24 hours prior to my first shift with no compensation for that time either. Is that legal as well?
When I was hired they was providing a company vehicle as well as paying travel time but no longer do either.

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