A proposed bill would allow Suffolk County to opt out of ride sharing until the state addressesthe issue of level one sex offenders being allowed to drive for ride sharing services, like Uberand Lyft, if their convictions were more than seven years ago.
There is strong support for the bill from Suffolk County legislators and Parents with Megan’sLaw.
They held a press conference Thursday.
Our issue is not with Uber, Lyft. The law has a loophole and that loophole has to be fixed inorder for our community to be safe, said Laura