Officials with new transportation services such as Uber and Lyft are chafing at some proposed regulations in Kansas City.
These ride-hailing services use smartphone technology and a lot of part-time drivers to attract and serve passengers.
City Hall officials — after working for months to resolve disputes between regulators and these “new-economy” businesses — have come up with a plan that could be voted on next week.
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