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Uber and Lyft are technically illegal in Philadelphia as of today

Legality was short-lived for Uber and Lyft in Philadelphia.  A July agreement to legalize ride-sharing in the city ran out on Friday, leaving the two main ride-hailing companies in limbo.  The Pennsylvania legislature approved a temporary agreement in July to legalize the services in Philly. An extension of the agreement doesn't look likely and there are no immediate plans to permanently allow ride-sharing, according to the Philly Voice.
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