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Today’s Rally Against Pedicab Regulations


Chad Marlow of the Public Advocacy Group is at the podium.

Concerned pedicab owners, drivers and their supporters met on the
steps of City Hall at noon to lift the veil off ongoing negotiations to
reconcile the Mayor's and City Council's pedicab regulation bills.

What we want is something that addresses the problem of bunching up. A cap doesn't address that. [The city] seems more interested in a symbolic solution than an actual one.

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