A scary precedent was set Friday when an Uber driver was ticketed in a DC sting operation.
Not only is this a massive overstep by city officials, it discourages innovation and competition.
If you support Uber and free enterprise, sign the petition below.
— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) January 14, 2012
If you want to voice your support for Uber in DC to the DC Taxicab Commission, contact their office at (202) 645-6018, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or even send them a letter to:
DC Taxicab Commission
2041 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue, SE, Suite 204
Washington, DC 20020-7024
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