Uber has temporarily resolved an issue it's been facing with California, the on-demand car-service company announced yesterday.
Last year, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the organization that regulates sedan service in the state, issued citations and fines against Uber for allegedly operating a "charter-party carrier" service that failed to include insurance coverage and enrollment of participating drivers in a substance abuse program. CPUC also argued that Uber failed to provide evidence of workers' compensation insurance.
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