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A 60-day strike at the valley’s second-largest cab firm is over.
Police say fifteen taxi drivers on strike in Las Vegas were arrested Tuesday while protesting outside the large National Association of Broadcasters convention.
Drivers with the valley’s largest taxi firm walked off the job Friday.
Federal mediators in Las Vegas say they are ready to help try to settle a strike involving the city’s second-largest taxicab company.
Officials at Las Vegas’ airport and a major hotel chain say a strike at the city’s second-largest taxicab company has not been an issue for visitors to the major tourist destination.
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