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Nearly a year after a New York court upheld a law that some critics complained created unfair competition within the taxicab sector, credit unions that sued over it said they are holding their own.

In June 2013, the New York State Court of Appeals upheld the Hail Accessible Interborough License Act authorizing the establishment of street hail livery service that allowed New York to sell 2,000 additional medallions for wheelchair-accessible yellow taxicabs in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island and northern Manhattan. Taxi medallions are licenses that allow for the ownership and operation of a taxi.

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