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Plan to boost Uber and Lyft driver pay in Minnesota advances in state Legislature

  • A legislation to increase pay for Uber and Lyft drivers in Minnesota was approved, preventing the companies from leaving the market, as reported by lawmakers.
  • The plan, initiated by Democrats in the House, replaced a minimum pay measure by Minneapolis City Council that prompted the companies to consider exiting the state's biggest city.
  • Under the new agreement, drivers will receive a minimum pay rate of $1.28 per mile and 31 cents per minute, with Uber committing to continue its services in Minnesota.
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