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New Mexico Orders Cease-And-Desist To Lyft

Posted on May 22, 2014

State regulators on Wednesday ordered the new Internet ride-sharing service Lyft to stop operating in New Mexico.

During its regular meeting, the Public Regulation Commission issued the order against smartphone-app-based Lyft, which just started operating in Albuquerque three weeks.

Commission staff requested the cease-and-desist order until Lyft officials respond to allegations the service is operating illegally.

Read more on the story at the MiamiHerald.com.

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