Stretch limos banned from New York in new reforms

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a slew of new safety reforms for limos and large passenger vehicles, outright banning stretch limos and adding a number of regulatory reforms.
0:31 | 01/15/19

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Happening today the governors of new York and New Jersey will deliver their state of the state addresses governor Andrew Cuomo. Will release his annual state budget proposal at 2 o'clock this afternoon in Albany. He's expected to lay out his 170. Billion dollar spending plan and discuss. His top priorities which include legalizing marijuana and safety reforms for limousines. Meanwhile governor Phil marquis will go over his plan for improving the financial security of the middle class. At 2 PM in Trenton he also address investments in infrastructure education and the economy.

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