Georgia Senate Committee Approves Ridesharing Bill

By | March 24, 2015

  • March 25, 2015 at 6:48 am
    Roland says:
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    In his parasitic role as a “representative,” has Mr. Golick ever produced anything that free people would voluntarily pay their own money for?
    If people in Georgia – or anywhere else – think Uber is unsafe, they are free to say, “No, thank you: I choose not to do business with you.” Try telling the state that next time it demands taxes from you.

  • March 26, 2015 at 3:14 pm
    Mike says:
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    What do you mean “there is nothing that requires them to carry insurance” ???

    These multibillion dollar law-breaking entities ARE commercial
    transportation businesses.

    The laws that cover commercial public transportation have existed
    for DECADES.

    This pretentious double-speak that Uber is somehow “innovative”
    is ABSURD.

    And this bill is a disgrace to thousands of businesses who
    have operated for decades and now will have competition that
    doesn’t even pay 1% of what existing businesses are paying!

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