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Chicago’s Rideshare Tax And Challenges Faced By Blue-collar Workers

In this Sept. 9, 2019, file photo, the Old Chicago Main Post Office straddles the Eisenhower Expressway on the banks of the south branch of the Chicago River. The expansive building is now the headquarters of Uber Freight. On Oct. 23, 2019, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot laid out plans in her budget address for new taxes on some rideshare users.

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Chicago’s Rideshare Tax And Challenges Faced By Blue-collar Workers

In her budget address Wednesday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot laid out plans for new taxes on some rideshare users.

Reset digs into Chicago’s proposed rideshare tax and other transportation issues faced by blue-collar workers in the city.

GUEST: Mary Wisniewski, Reset transportation contributor, transportation reporter and columnist at the Chicago Tribune

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