Having failed to land an injunction, Milwaukee cabbies now want reimbursement of the $24.3 million they claim that a new law has cost them.
Joe Sanfelippo Cabs is the lead plaintiff in the action originally filed this past August, challenging changes Milwaukee made to its public passenger vehicle rules.
Though the cabbies had initially sought to have the city stop giving app-based companies like Uber and Lyft preferential treatment, they abandoned that claim in an amended complaint filed Thursday after U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman denied them a temporary injunction.
The dispute stems from a 2011 challenge by different cabbies to a cap on the number with a taxi permits in the city since 1992.
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