Records show the TNC and other New Jersey businesses are doling out big money.
The Black Car Fund has been working to get the 8% tax repealed -- for all forms of ground transportation.
Unity has paid off for industry associations as a key commission recommends axing all nuisance taxes.
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.
The 5% levy and collection costs would have cost limousine companies thousands of dollars each annually.
Despite a troubled California government, the association has pursued an approach of constructive engagement.
In a heavily Democratic state, the industry has a tough road ahead in getting tax justice. But if it can happen in New Jersey. . .
The chauffeured transportation industry faces in 2003, as it has in years past, a variety of daunting challenges. The following are the top 20 issues facing the industry, as determined by LCT and members of its Editorial Advisory Board.
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