BOSTON (AP) — The cabbies vs. Uber battle is heading to the Statehouse.

The Financial Services Committee is holding a public hearing Tuesday at 11 a.m. on bills aimed at ride hailing services like Uber and Lyft, including a bill filed by Gov. Charlie Baker.

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There have been increasing tensions between the taxi industry, which is heavily regulated, and the upstart ride hailing services, which are largely unregulated.

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A taxi driver on strike in Harvard Square Monday. (Photo credit: Carl Stevens-WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

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Cabbies say the ride-hailing services — which let people use smartphone apps to book and pay for a private car service — have dramatically cut into their ability to earn a living.

Baker’s bill would require drivers for ride hailing services to undergo state criminal background checks and the companies would be required to carry at least $1 million in liability insurance for each ride.

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