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PHOTO GALLERY: The Greater California Livery Association gathered members March 6 at the Proud Bird Restaurant in Los Angeles.
Despite strong opposition, Gov. Andrew Cuomo still wants to consider some type of prohibition on certain modified vehicles.
A coalition of New York transportation trade groups helped bring about a welcome reversal that saved the state's industry -- for now.
Public safety, fair labor, and stricter enforcement define this year’s legislative agenda for the GCLA.
The bill would put more strict laws and regulations in place regarding inspection and operation.
The GCLA is urging legislators to heed the warnings of concerned groups and local governments.
VIDEO: Industry association leaders Douglas Schwartz and Kevin Barwell promote the safe, legal use of chauffeured luxury vehicles.
Luxury transportation business owners are calling on state lawmakers to better enforce current laws, not outlaw limos.
First rolled out in California in June 2018, they are also authorized in Arizona, Texas, and Florida.
The annual Greater California Livery Association’s lobbying event can lead to fewer regulations for charter party carriers.
One industry leader says operators are concerned about contradictory language in a package of proposed safety reforms.
No agency has explained what caused the vehicle to crash in the update New York countryside.
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