Chicago cab drivers ask judge to revoke ride-sharing licenses

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CHICAGO -- Chicago cab drivers filed suit Monday to get ride-sharing drivers off the road.

The cab companies are asking a judge to revoke ride-sharing licenses. Cabbies claim Uber and Lyft have an unfair advantage because they're less regulated.

Ride-sharing companies say the move will cost jobs and decrease competition, which hurts customers.


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