Niran Guna 
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Re: “House proposal on Uber and Lyft: Newton's First Law of Bad Government

Thank you Gambit. This whole issue of local jurisdiction and regulation is for equal playing field. If you were in a industry in America or the world, you must comply with regulations . Regulations are there for Public Safety unfair business practices and everybody gets a fair chance to compete in that particular industry.
Uber and the other ride sharing companies has paid Hefty fines in California and other states for not following public safety regulations. Public Safety is very important when you carry passengers who are not known to you for a fee. Most Uber drivers like to comply with the national fingerprinting background checks. For some reason Uber things this is a inconvenience. When it comes to Public Safety it is very important to check people's background checks. I just wanted to make a case and point here, regarding a Uber driver who was caught sticking up gas stations in the Metro New Orleans area couple of months ago. When this dude was busted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff Department, he had a criminal history. This individual served three years for violent crimes and was just released from the state prison in Louisiana. Within two months of his release he found a job driving people for a living with Uber. I am assuming Uber checked his background check and gave it a thumbs up. Lucky for the citizens of Orleans and Jefferson Parish the sheriff department put a stop to this violent Criminal. When it comes to Commercial Insurance the taxis in Metro New Orleans has 24/7 Commercial Insurance.
I say Public Safety First ride sharing second

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Posted by Niran Guna on 05/22/2017 at 6:38 PM

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