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Colorado authorities have issued an $8.9 million fine against Uber for authorizing drivers who had prior disqualifying criminal or vehicle-related offenses.
According to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, Uber allowed 57 drivers over the last 18 months who should not have been permitted to drive for the company.
The agency wrote in a Monday statement that its staff “launched an investigation earlier this year after a referral from the Vail Police Department about an Uber driver accused of assaulting a passenger.”
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