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Vote may change status of ride-sharing services in California




Become a driver or find a ride from your location to your destination with new smartphone apps - Lyft and Sidecar - which both launched in Los Angeles this year.
Become a driver or find a ride from your location to your destination with new smartphone apps - Lyft and Sidecar - which both launched in Los Angeles this year.
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Rideshare services, like Lyft and Uber, have quickly gained in popularity in Los Angeles. They have that "hip" factor working for them, but all along they've been rogue operators. 

KPCC's Ben Bergman has been following a vote going down today that could change their status in the state.

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