Uber, Lyft refuse to require driver fingerprints
by Bill Hendrick
Associated Press
07:35 AM, Monday, April 27
Popular ride-hailing firms like Uber and Lyft are fighting lawsuits in Atlanta and other cities from cab drivers, taxi and limousine companies claiming the techno upstarts are siphoning off passengers and profits by skirting regulations that ensur...

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