Uber's New York Expansion Hinges On Fingerprinting

Posted on December 28, 2016

Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Diablanco
Photo via Wikimedia Commons user Diablanco
Lawmakers are expected to take up Uber’s proposed expansion after they return to Albany for the 2017 session, which gets underway next week. They are pushing back against talk of including a fingerprinting requirement in any new regulations.

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