Advocates warn of disaster if rideshare companies leave Minneapolis

Advocates for people with disabilities and members of the business community are warning it would be disastrous to allow Uber and Lyft to leave the city of Minneapolis. And President Joe Biden was in Wisconsin Monday, where he said more than 30 million borrowers would see “life-changing” relief from his plan to ease student loan debt.

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