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Uber and Lyft drivers were at the Minnesota Capitol for weeks urging the Legislature to pass and the governor to sign a bill that would set a minimum wage for drivers and a system for them to be reinstated if they have been suspended. (Matthew Alvarez/MPR News)

Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday vetoed a bill that would have mandated higher pay and job security for Lyft and Uber drivers in Minnesota, saying the legislation wasn’t ready to become law.

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