A NYC judge sided with Uber in its bid to temporarily block raises for ride-share drivers. The pay hikes would have gone into effect starting Dec. 19. Uber had filed suit against the city Taxi and Limousine Commission in an effort to stop a new rule that would have raised driver pay from 2019 rates. The TLC said it plans to appeal the decision.

Read the full story by Priscilla DeGregory and David Meyer in the New York Post, published December 14, 2022, here:


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