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John Stewart attending a dedication ceremony for the new memorial glade at ground zero, for those who became sick or died after responding to the 9/11 attacks, in May.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Lyft.
Mayor de Blasio plans to extend a once-temporary cap on new for-hire vehicles and limit how long they can cruise without passengers.
Policy
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Executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance Bhairavi Desai (center) speaks to reporters in New York City.
The strike may not have had its desired impact but that doesn't mean it was a complete bust.
Policy
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New York City yellow cabs.
New York City is working to make more vehicles wheelchair-accessible, but advocates say it’s not enough.
Policy
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An Uber vehicle.
Wednesday, drivers for companies like Uber and Lyft will participate in a morning strike.
Policy
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A magnifying glass looking at the census
The industry has joined Democrats in vocal opposition to the Census 2020 question.
Policy
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New York City yellow cabs.
More taxi drivers and drivers working for app-based ride-hailing companies are suffering from poor mental health.
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Josh Mohrer, then Uber's New York manager, led a rally in front of City Hall in 2015 while the council considered a cap on for-hire vehicles.
Uber drove circles around would-be regulators. That doesn’t work anymore.
Policy
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Yellow and Green Cab drivers protesting last year outside of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Midtown office against the congestion charge for Manhattan drivers.
The ride-hail app has spent $1 million in its campaign to pass congestion pricing
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Jumaane Williams during the second televised public advocate debate
The new public advocate has a few tech positions up his sleeve.
Policy
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