Robert Callahan, California executive director of The Internet Association, speaks during a rally at the state Capitol last year pressing for legislation on ridesharing. A state law was enacted treating Uber and Lyft like taxis.
Robert Callahan, California executive director of The Internet Association, speaks during a rally at the state Capitol last year pressing for legislation on ridesharing. A state law was enacted treating Uber and Lyft like taxis. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Robert Callahan, California executive director of The Internet Association, speaks during a rally at the state Capitol last year pressing for legislation on ridesharing. A state law was enacted treating Uber and Lyft like taxis. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
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January 23, 2015 11:02 AM

Regulation of Uber, Lyft thrown into question by California DMV

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