Baltimore Mulls Delaying Taxi, Limo Tax Amid Protest

Law360, New York (November 18, 2013, 4:48 PM ET) -- The Baltimore City Council is set to consider legislation on Monday that would delay a tax on taxi and limousine rides, following widespread protest from the city's chauffeur industry.

Baltimore City Councilwoman May Pat Clarke intends to introduce the proposal at a city council meeting tonight, an official with her office said. The measure, which would temporarily repeal the law for 180 days, comes after drivers said they would refuse to pay the 25 cents per passenger tax unless it was amended to allow them to...
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