MADISON (WORT) — A bipartisan bill regulating transportation networking companies has passed the Wisconsin Senate. What’s been dubbed the “Uber bill” now only needs Governor Scott Walker’s signature to become law. The bill included a preempt provision which usurps a new ordinance in Madison that placed tighter rules on ride-sharing companies such as Uber, Lyft, or Sidecar. Dylan Brogan has the story.
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