Uber and Lyft shutdown in Austin after voters defeat Proposition 1

by Blog Burger on May 8, 2016

austin skyline, black and white Today voters in Austin, TX went to the polls to weigh in on Proposition 1, an attempt to overturn a bill requiring mandatory fingerprint-based criminal background checks for new Uber and Lyft drivers in the city. The results are in, and with 56 percent of total voters voting against Prop 1, the proposition failed to pass. This means that the bill requiring fingerprint-based background… Read More


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