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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer. (Source: lev radin/Shutterstock)

The New York Attorney General’s effort to force the New York City officials to provide money to help beleaguered taxi drivers appears headed for court.

“Comptroller [Scott] Stringer shares deep concerns about the crisis that’s hit the hard-working men and women of the taxi industry and we agree that it must be fully investigated because it never should have happened,” Tyrone Stevens, a spokesperson for the city, told CU Times.

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