What if we did Uber in Nashville?

If you’re wondering what Uber is all about, here’s a little background.

The company, founded in 2013 by an ex-Uber driver named Travis Kalanick, is now owned by Uber Technologies Inc., a unit of Uber parent company Uber Technologies.

Since the start of the year, Uber has been embroiled in a wide-ranging antitrust investigation that has resulted in several legal settlements and fines.

As part of those settlements, Uber also agreed to change its business model to allow its drivers to share in profits from fares.

The city of Nashville, Tennessee, is in the middle of a controversial legal battle over whether to allow Uber to continue operating.

The city’s city council is considering whether to approve a proposal to allow ride-hailing companies to continue to operate in the city.

The City Council voted unanimously to allow the companies to resume operating in February.

It’s unclear whether Uber will continue operating in the City.

But, the city’s transportation committee has recently approved a resolution calling on the city to allow ridesharing companies to operate, even though the city hasn’t yet taken any action on the matter.

The resolution, sponsored by councilwoman Jada Kavanagh, says that while the council has the authority to approve or disapprove a proposal, it cannot approve the permitting of Uber.

Kavanagh is not the only one on council who is concerned about the potential for Uber to expand.

A local woman, who wished to remain anonymous, told the News & Observer that she would like to see the city ban Uber from Nashville, although she’s not entirely sure if she’ll actually vote in favor of the resolution.

“I think if they can’t do it, they’re not doing it right now,” the woman said.

“It’s a question of the safety of the city, and how do we make sure that people don’t end up getting hurt if they get into a crash?”