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The New York Taxi Workers Association NYC is the first town in the nation to translate driver requirements into law! Untiring organization of members from all industries for the past few month - gold, app-based, golf, paint, painting, cars - made this win possible! FHAV riders who rent their cars now can obtain a new driver's licence within one year.

2 ) TLC entitlement to set minimal tariffs throughout the sector. 3 ) TLC agency to determine the App Charge for App Driver and App Tariff. Now, app businesses will no longer be able to ruthlessly reduce installments on drivers' backs! 4 ) Create a new enterprise licence and TLC rules for app enterprises.

Today the city council also presented these laws for the September hearing.... continue to our next victor! Win our Over Unemployment Insurance Decisions Winner! A social media campaign to tell the city council: Please see our opinion of ED Bhairavi Desai after our victory: "Douglas, Abdul, Nicanor, Alfredo, Kenny, Danilo all own this win.

Our brethren and nuns, who stopped at the roadside during their strenuous 14-hour shift to call city councillors, have this win. Our win belonged to the riders of brass cars, brass cars, carts, Uber and Lyft, who joined together in our European unity to turn the common battle and heartache into hopes and strengths.

The New Yorkers and our associates who stayed with us to say, not one more dead, not one more killed rider who was squashed by destitution and desperation, are the winners of this game. It was our militancy that gave us the dynamism to start regulating mail-order apps for the first year. Not only did what took place today create a New York City case record, but it did create a global case record, as application firms like Uber and Lyft use technology innovations to bring us back to a sweaty era of work that destroyed life and life on the whole globe.

"In recent month, six New York truck riders have commited suicide, among them two Livreans, one African motorist, one Asian taxi rider and two Asian taxi riders who were not able to weather the financial turmoil caused by the oversaturation of rental cars on our roads. Over and Lyft have spend tens of thousands of dollars campaigning for misinformation, campaigning for misinformation and trying to advance their liberal anti-regulation seal lottery agendas.

Today, New York City said no more.

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