Show-Me Ride-Sharing Tech Crackdown Coming Soon In Missouri

Legislative “progress” hopes to hold back tech that’s actually based on a pretty terrible biz model and might implode on it’s own. Take a look:

Missouri-wide regulations for Uber, Lyft nearing Gov. Greitens’ desk

A bill to establish statewide regulations for Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride-hailing companies appears to be headed for final passage. Only one senator voted against House Bill 130 on Tuesday, and it now returns to the House because of a few changes, including a requirement that drivers obtain a chauffeur’s license and that ride-hailing companies get separate contracts with airports.

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