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Tony Cheng, president of Tony Cheng's restaurant in Chinatown, and his son were indicted Tuesday on charges of passing a bribe to the head of the D.C. Taxicab Commission in a scheme to circumvent the city's moratorium on new cab companies.

Tony Cheng, president of Tony Cheng's restaurant in Chinatown, and his son were indicted Tuesday on charges of passing a bribe to the head of the D.C. Taxicab Commission in a scheme to circumvent the city's moratorium on new cab companies.

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