Ben Hueso, then an assemblyman, in 2013 said a bill he supported would not affect USA Cab, his family's business, which was protected by a 2009 court ruling. But labor lobbyist Barry Broad said USA Cab was still vulnerable and would benefit economically from the bill.
Ben Hueso, then an assemblyman, in 2013 said a bill he supported would not affect USA Cab, his family's business, which was protected by a 2009 court ruling. But labor lobbyist Barry Broad said USA Cab was still vulnerable and would benefit economically from the bill. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Ben Hueso, then an assemblyman, in 2013 said a bill he supported would not affect USA Cab, his family's business, which was protected by a 2009 court ruling. But labor lobbyist Barry Broad said USA Cab was still vulnerable and would benefit economically from the bill. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Bill raises eyebrows due to lawmaker’s connection with family taxi business

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