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Calling all cars

How do you write a 40 paragraph, 2500 word article about changes to taxicab licensing in New York City entitled Finding the Intersection of Supply and Demand, and never once mention the possibility of actually letting supply and demand dictate the number of taxicabs in New York City, and the fares they charge?

In an era where even rent control is beginning to disappear, how can New York City still have such a command-and-control program as the Taxi and Limousine Commission, deciding how many sellers there should be to service customers, and how much they must charge?


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