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As of March, 20 cities, four states and the District of Columbia had passed ordinances, regulations or laws allowing ride-sharing services, also known as transportation network companies (TNCs), to operate, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and The Wall Street Journal. The Journal also said that according to the ride-sharing company Uber, nine cities – including, Washington, D.C.; Dallas, Texas; Little Rock, Arkansas; and Chattanooga, Tennessee – passed ordinances in the last four months of 2014.
In fact, the states that had passed ridesharing laws/rules as of March 2015: California, Colorado, Illinois, Virginia; whereas, the states in which cities had passed municipal ordinances: Louisiana, Alabama, Illinois, Washington, Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio, Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Utah.
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