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(Las Vegas, NV) — Add Frias Transportation to the list of Las Vegas cab companies hit by a strike.

Drivers with the valley’s largest taxi firm walked off the job Friday.

The cabbies are angry over their union’s decision to accept an offer from Frias without a vote from members.

Frias employs nearly 2,000 drivers and operates five of Nevada’s 16 taxi brands.

The second largest cab company, Yellow Checker Star Transportation, has been on strike for almost a month.

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