Hundreds of cabbies are protesting at the Port of Seattle, and a work stoppage is a possibility.
The Port of Seattle is now allowing a limo company to set up shop, advertise its rates and in effect steal business from cab drivers.
The cabbies say this is all in violation of their contract with the airport. One driver days he's losing up to 40 percent of his income.
On Monday, a contingent of cabbies descended on the Port of Seattle headquarters and presented a representative with a petition signed by more than 400 drivers, demanding the agency enforce its own rules with the limo company and level the playing field.