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Another Successful Day on the Hill Campaign

LCT Staff
Posted on June 6, 2007

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Almost 70 NLA operator, supplier, and manufacturer members of the National Limousine Association marched onto Capitol Hill yesterday to take the limousine industry’s agenda to Congressional leaders. Meetings with members of Congress and staffers focused on amending the Real Interstate Driver Equity (RIDE) Act to stave off increasing illegalities, especially at several large airports.

Associations from around the country sent members. One of them, the Maryland Limousine Association, had 10 of its members in attendance for Congressional meetings.

Sources: NLA, MLA

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