Vince Weston, a Kansas City area driver for ride-sharing service Lyft, says he is confident the company will be able to come to an agreement to end its trouble with the city. The firm faces a mid-September courtroom showdown with officials who believe it is breaking the law.
Vince Weston, a Kansas City area driver for ride-sharing service Lyft, says he is confident the company will be able to come to an agreement to end its trouble with the city. The firm faces a mid-September courtroom showdown with officials who believe it is breaking the law. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Vince Weston, a Kansas City area driver for ride-sharing service Lyft, says he is confident the company will be able to come to an agreement to end its trouble with the city. The firm faces a mid-September courtroom showdown with officials who believe it is breaking the law. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Lyft finds itself in legal limbo, though its drivers continue to pick up riders

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