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

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