Cambridge cabbies are protesting ride sharing services.  They say it’s unfair Uber and Lyft drivers don’t have to abide by the same laws.  Cabbies are required to purchase medallions, commercial insurance and undergo training.  One cab driver tells WBZ, business is down 60% but his costs have remained the same.  The cab drivers jammed up traffic Monday on Massachusetts Avenue, covered their cabs in signs and chanted outside city hall.  A Cambridge city councilor says there’s enough business for both cab drivers and ride sharing services.

We want to know what you think.  Do you agree with the cabbies?  Should ride sharing drivers have to abide by the same laws?

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