Three ride-hailing firms agreed Thursday to pay $10.46 million to the city of Chicago, acknowledging they failed to follow the city’s ordinance for vetting drivers.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Corporation Counsel Ed Siskel announce that settlement proceeds with rideshare companies will be used for mentoring programs on August 16, 2018. [Credit: Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

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