Clark County, Nev. commissioners plan to reconsider a controversial ordinance requiring companies such as Uber and Lyft to hand over a list of their drivers every month.
Commissioner Steve Sisolak requested Wednesday that the new rule be considered at the next commission meeting, which is scheduled for Dec. 1. Ridesharing companies strongly protested the requirement approved Tuesday.
A legal opinion from the district attorney concluded that the registry requirement violated a state law that prevents the county from treating ridesharing companies differently than other businesses.
Republican state Senate leader Michael Roberson asked the attorney general to investigate after the commission passed the ordinance.
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