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A View Of The Ride-Share Debate From The Backseat Of Both Sides

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A View Of The Ride-Share Debate From The Backseat Of Both Sides

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A View Of The Ride-Share Debate From The Backseat Of Both Sides

A View Of The Ride-Share Debate From The Backseat Of Both Sides

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Local governments across the U.S. are struggling to decide how to handle new ride-sharing services, which are often at once popular and unrelated — or even illegal. Odette Yousef of WBEZ reports on the debate in Illinois, trying to determine the answer to one important question: What makes ride-share services different from taxis?

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