District Attorneys in San Francisco and Los Angeles are investigating whether Uber has misrepresented its zero-tolerance policy.  A motion filed Tuesday asked a California judge to order Uber to hand over data on whether it suspended drivers accused of using drugs or alcohol on the job.  If the DAs determine there is evidence that Uber misrepresented its zero-tolerance policy, Uber could be subjected to a violation that could cost Uber $15 million.

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