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As someone who semi-frequently uses cabs in DC, I don't think I've ever had difficulty distinguishing cabs from other DC vehicles, given that they all already have to have top lights, so I'm pretty perplexed as to what this accomplishes besides wasting either cab driver or taxpayer money (or both). Don't city officials have anything better to do?

by Andrew Pendleton on Dec 10, 2012 3:08 pm • linkreport

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