Not to mention blatantly discriminatory
More like erasing the cab companies
It’s not the government’s job to protect taxi companies
The future’s not so bright
Standing on principles, sitting in Ubers
And how much privacy are you entitled to in a car?
Not dead yet
Sticking it to the man. The little man, that is.
Could you be any more obvious?
“a new political turn”
Turning tragedy into travesty
Spot a problem? Invent a new tax or fee to solve it
The artificial permission scheme is cratering
The taxi unions were complaining again
When Luddites rule
They’re never going to learn
Under the gun
The whole system was built on fraud to begin with
No more traffic stops?
Just stop it already
One for the ladies
Rogue law enforcement doesn’t seem to be of interest
Floundering cab companies scrambling for market share
The taxi companies are scrambling
Stuck in prehistoric times
You’ve got to be kidding me
Follow the money
Scarcity vs abundance.
Share the love
Quite the coincidence
The market finds a way
Hitting the road
Protecting allies or public safety?
“Give me your shoes, your clothes, and the private information of the people who use your service.”
This is what a free market looks like:
Although precise District-wide data is not available, taxicab company managers and individual drivers …
“This is not the Obama administration…”
“So that happened.”
“What the **** is that thing?”