By Loyola Student Dispatch Staff
Ride-hailing services like the popular Uber and Lyft may be facing taxes along with regular taxi services in Chicago, according to a Tuesday Chicago Tribune.
The possible tax could include a one-dollar surcharge for both ride-hailing services and conventional cabs.
While Mayor Rahm Emanuel did not respond directly to whether a tax will be included in the new budget, he did reference a proposal from Ald. Edward Burke, 14th, regarding a possible revenue-generating tax of taxi services.
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