Cabbies With Concerns 

Tucson taxi drivers express frustration at city crackdowns—and more restrictions may be coming

As the setting sun cast a glorious red glow across the city's skyline, a taxi parked at downtown's Greyhound bus station. That's a common practice elsewhere—but in Tucson, it's unusual and illegal. Because of disputes involving cab drivers—some of which turned to…

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