Kansas City is working with Uber in hopes of keeping the ride-booking service in the city after the council passed new regulations on such businesses.
Kansas City is working with Uber in hopes of keeping the ride-booking service in the city after the council passed new regulations on such businesses. File photo Bloomberg
Kansas City is working with Uber in hopes of keeping the ride-booking service in the city after the council passed new regulations on such businesses. File photo Bloomberg

Uber may stay in Kansas City when new law takes effect

April 17, 2015 03:39 PM

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