Horse-Drawn Carriages Under Fire in NYC Mayoral Race

Candidates Joe Lhota, Bill de Blasio say they'll replace carriages with electric cars if elected.
0:30 | 10/29/13

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Longtime tradition in New York's Central Park may soon be a thing of the past as the Big Apple is getting ready to elect new mayor. Both candidates Republican Joseph load up and Democrat bill -- -- seen here in a recent debate are in favor. Of banning horse drawn -- rise this of course. As animal rights activists thrills. -- Lazio's the front runner and the horses don't belong city traffic jams anymore. But he could be in for a fight from the Teamsters union which support the horse drawn carriage business.

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