Ohio Embraces Ridesharing
Today, two years after Uber arrived in Ohio, Governor Kasich signed HB 237 into law – a bill that allows ridesharing to flourish across the state.
With the leadership of Senator Faber, Senator LaRose, Representative Hackett, Representative Duffey and Speaker Rosenberger – along with the members of the House and Senate and Governor Kasich – Ohio now joins the nearly two dozen states across the country that have adopted ridesharing regulations to protect consumer choice and promote economic opportunity.
What does this mean for you?
The newly passed regulations will create common standards for ridesharing across Ohio. This means that Ohioans can continue to request rides when they need them, and driver-partners can continue to benefit from the flexible income-earning opportunities they enjoy on the Uber platform.
Thank you, Ohio!
Please join us in thanking the many legislators who championed this issue and worked to establish common-sense regulations on behalf of the thousands of Ohioans who depend on the Uber platform.
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