State Legislature Returns To Work After Break; Limo Ban Scrapped

Albany, N.Y. - State lawmakers will be back in Albany after having the last several days off.

Their focus is expected to be on passing the state budget which is due in a few weeks.

One item that won't be in the fiscal plan is a proposed ban on stretch limousines. Governor Cuomo pitched the idea during his budget address in response to a deadly limo crash in Schoharie that killed 20 people. Limo companies hit back at the governor after he announced the measure, arguing that it would cripple business.


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