CARSON CITY, NV (AP)-. New oversight would be put on motorists for ride-sharing business like Uber and Lyft under a costs the Nevada Legislature is sending out to Gov. Brian Sandoval.
The proposition was thought to have actually died when it failed to make its escape of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee on Saturday. But Democratic Sen. Kelvin Johnson of Las Vegas introduced an amended variation that cleared the Senate Sunday on a 16-5 vote.
The Assembly passed it in the session’s last hour on a 32-10 vote.
Senate Expense 554 would make drivers show they have obtained a $200 state company license within three months of joining a transportation network business.
It likewise would need those business to examine drivers’ driving records yearly, and do brand-new criminal background checks every three years.
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