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Uber, Lyft leave Austin after fingerprint voting

Uber, Lyft leave Austin after fingerprint voting-CBS News

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Uber and Lyft have shut down in Austin, Texas after losing the battle for background checks. Voters rejected the proposal for carpooling companies to self-regulate and conduct their own screening. The city will require on-demand drivers to obtain fingerprints. CBS News funder Mellody Hobson will be attending “CBS This Morning” from San Francisco to discuss the implications of voting.

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Uber, Lyft leave Austin after fingerprint voting

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