Taxi advocates in yellow T-shirts took the first row in a crowded session Thursday on Miami-Dade legislation designed to legalize Uber and other app-based ride services that already compete with cabs in South Florida. Photographed are, from left to right, Coral Cab manager William Pratt, drivers Humberto Becerra and Rafael Gerard, and owner Jerry Moskowitz.
Taxi advocates in yellow T-shirts took the first row in a crowded session Thursday on Miami-Dade legislation designed to legalize Uber and other app-based ride services that already compete with cabs in South Florida. Photographed are, from left to right, Coral Cab manager William Pratt, drivers Humberto Becerra and Rafael Gerard, and owner Jerry Moskowitz. DOUGLAS HANKS MIAMI HERALD
Taxi advocates in yellow T-shirts took the first row in a crowded session Thursday on Miami-Dade legislation designed to legalize Uber and other app-based ride services that already compete with cabs in South Florida. Photographed are, from left to right, Coral Cab manager William Pratt, drivers Humberto Becerra and Rafael Gerard, and owner Jerry Moskowitz. DOUGLAS HANKS MIAMI HERALD

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