“The criticism of the Mayor’s Fund for a long time has been this is just a way to obtain access and influence over the mayor,” Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School, said.
And while she said that may be the case, it was the city that ultimately won in this case.
“Uber actually came in and fulfilled a very real need,” she said.
Source: CBS Los Angeles
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