State employees on official business could be reimbursed for using Lyft or Uber for rides and Airbnb for lodging, according to a legislative proposal.
State employees on official business could be reimbursed for using Lyft or Uber for rides and Airbnb for lodging, according to a legislative proposal. Jeff Chiu Associated Press file
State employees on official business could be reimbursed for using Lyft or Uber for rides and Airbnb for lodging, according to a legislative proposal. Jeff Chiu Associated Press file

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Bill protects new travel options for California state workers

July 23, 2015 03:52 PM

UPDATED July 24, 2015 08:56 PM

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