An industry association leader says the rules don't address the specific issues.
MARCH LCT Editor's Edge: Politicians too often overreact when trying to resolve straightforward issues.
A coalition of New York transportation trade groups helped bring about a welcome reversal that saved the state's industry -- for now.
VIDEO: Industry association leaders Douglas Schwartz and Kevin Barwell promote the safe, legal use of chauffeured luxury vehicles.
Its safety record and practices strongly contrast to the quality and performance levels of professional luxury transportation services.
The president of the Limousine Bus Taxi Operators Of Upstate New York sends a memo.
Getting rid of the tax would level the playing field among limos and other types of ground transportation services.
Unity has paid off for industry associations as a key commission recommends axing all nuisance taxes.
With the state legislature in recess, supporters remain committed to the industry cause.
As legislative session nears an end, industry leaders call for action.
A Senate bill passes through a key committee as supporters scramble to pull off what would be a major victory for the limousine industry.
Operators are asked to lobby for the repeal of the 8.75% sales tax that discriminates against chauffeured transportation vehicles.
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