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NY Legislature Tries To Seal Up Stretch Limo Safety Rules

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Posted on June 19, 2019
A Ford Expedition stretch limo, similar to the one involved in the crash (Stock photo via Wikimedia Commons user dave_7)

A Ford Expedition stretch limo, similar to the one involved in the crash (Stock photo via Wikimedia Commons user dave_7)

Time is running out as Assembly lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are trying to push through limo safety reform.

The Assembly on June 18 approved a number of bills addressing the industry, more than eight months after 20 people were killed in the Schoharie Limo Crash.

This vote comes in the final hours of session, and after the state Senate passed a nine bill package a few weeks ago.

Spectrum News article here

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