Cab Drivers Still Fighting Livery Bill

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NEW YORK - MARCH 10:  A woman is hailing a yellow cab on Lower Manhatten on March 10, 2010 in New York, New York. Yellow taxis have been playing their trade in New York since 1912, becoming an icon synonymous with the "Big Apple" immoratalised in countless films and TV shows  around the world.  (Photo by Jan Johannessen/Getty Images)
Photo: Jan Johannessen/Getty Images

The yellow cab crew filed suit yesterday seeking an injunction against the bill passed last year that would allow customers to legally hail livery cars in the outer boroughs. The Taxi and Limousine Commission will vote today on enacting the plan, and if it doesn't go through, passengers will just keep doing it anyway.