State Lawmakers Reject Gov. Cuomo's Proposed Limo Changes

State lawmakers have officially rejected Governor Cuomo's proposed changes to New York's limousine industry.

The governor originally called for a ban on stretch limousines and for inspectors to have more power to take dangerous vehicles off the roads.

Cuomo says the changes are needed after the deadly limo crash in Schoharie that left 20 people dead last October.

But, opponents say the proposals could have put limo companies that follow the rules out of business.

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