New York, USA – New York City must pay $810 million to its debt-ridden cabbies, the state attorney general said Thursday, February 20, accusing the city of fraudulently inflating the value of permits needed to drive its famed yellow taxis. Letitia James, head prosecutor for the state of New York, said ... (Date:02/21/2020 08:08) Read full article >>

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