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Uber is suing New York, seeking to overturn the city’s year-long cap on new licenses for ride-hailing vehicles. The company said it’s suing the city because it’s worried that the temporary restriction could become a permanent draconian measure. 12-Month Cap Was Imposed To Curb Congestion In its February 15 lawsuit filed in New York Supreme Court, Uber claims the city is punishing it with a “ban first, study later” approach that’s anti-competitive and hurts customers who live outside of Manhattan. “The City chose to significantly restrict service, growth, and competition by the for-hire vehicle industry, which will have a disproportionate
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Back in March 2018, articles like this one were posted: "New York Assemblyman Ron Kim Passes a Bill That Could “Kill” BitLicense" = https://cryptoslate.com/new-york-assemblyman-ron-kim-passes-bill-kill-bitlicense
Right now, Rom Kim and I are both running for the position of Public Advocate of the City of New York. As such I got to ask him a question regarding his bill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cvze9yHki8k (Sound is bad …)
Bitcoin is part of the New York City election and would be great to get some publicity around it.
Theo Chino, hopefully the bitlicense slayer.