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Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Authority

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Submitted by Nonna Berina (United States), Oct 16, 2006 at 11:43

Shame on Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Authority for their attempt to accomodate those arrogant cabbies. In my opinion, people denying service to airport passengers should not be allowed to service the airport. A NYC a taxi driver who refuses to give a ride to a neighborhood which he considers dangerous, faces fines and can lose his license. But in Minneapolis saucy, arrogant species were being accomodated!

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