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Texas-sized debate expected over state ride-hailing bill involving Uber, Lyft
Ride-hailing giants Lyft and Uber left San Antonio in their rearview mirror after the nation's seventh largest city restricted their operations, instead shifting their focus — and money — on convincing Texas lawmakers to allow them to operate statewide with fewer restrictions.
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