Uber's controversial history in Maryland

Posted at 12:15 PM, Dec 22, 2016

Maryland's Public Service Commission is poised to make a decision Thursday over whether ride share companies such as Uber and Lyft must follow a law requiring their drivers to be fingerprinted. 

Uber has threatened to leave Maryland if the law is not waived. 

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It's not the first time Uber has tussled with the PSC. 

In 2014, Uber argued that it should not be subject to regulation under the PSC because it is a technology company, and because it does not own or operate the cars used by Uber drivers.

But last year, Maryland regulators approved a settlement that placed it under state regulation.

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