The Disarmament Policy Putting Rideshare Drivers At Risk

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Published on 21 Jan 2021, 19:42
Cynthia Norman is no longer able to drive for Lyft after using her lawfully-owned and legally-carried firearm in self-defense against a pair of carjackers in Cleveland, thanks to the company's policy requiring drivers to be disarmed on the job. In a powerful interview with Cam, Norman says with carjackings increasing at a staggering rate in cities like Cleveland and Chicago, these rideshare policies are forcing people to choose between their lives and their livelihoods.