City officials aren't rolling out the welcome mat for Uber, a ride-sharing company that uses smartphones to connect drivers with people seeking rides as an alternative to traditional taxis. It announced Wednesday that it's operating in Fayetteville.
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Print Headline: Fayetteville: Uber services against law