Uber lame: The full ordinance limiting "livery" service in the city of Orlando


So, you may be hip to some of the hype surrounding the Mears/Uber (and Lyft) standoff, but there's more to it than the general reporting that the tech-taxi services will be forced to charge 125 percent of what regular taxis do. In today's City Council meeting – which we will be liveblogging at 2 p.m. – the dais will take a first read on a rewritten taxicab ordinance clearly aimed at taking care of Mears. Here, in full, are some of the ridiculous additions.  

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