Baltimore, Taxi And Limo Drivers Spar Over Passenger Tax

Law360, New York (November 13, 2013, 5:07 PM EST) -- Several taxi, limousine and sedan services in Baltimore, including the city's largest taxi operator, told the city Tuesday that they won't pay a new 25 cents per passenger tax until Baltimore fixes some logistical problems, prompting one councilwoman to draft legislation delaying the measure.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake approved the tax in a push to raise $1.3 million dollars per year as part of her 10-year growth plan for the city, and the first payments are due by Nov. 25. But in a Tuesday meeting with...
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