Opponents to ridesharing bills hold signs during a rally at the state Capitol in Sacramento in 2014. Legislation allowing California commuters to carpool using services like Uber and Lyft could be finished for the year after a committee hit the brakes ahead of an approaching deadline.
Opponents to ridesharing bills hold signs during a rally at the state Capitol in Sacramento in 2014. Legislation allowing California commuters to carpool using services like Uber and Lyft could be finished for the year after a committee hit the brakes ahead of an approaching deadline. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Opponents to ridesharing bills hold signs during a rally at the state Capitol in Sacramento in 2014. Legislation allowing California commuters to carpool using services like Uber and Lyft could be finished for the year after a committee hit the brakes ahead of an approaching deadline. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
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Uber, Lyft carpool bill pulled ahead of key committee vote

July 13, 2015 05:28 PM