CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago's City Council may vote on regulations for ride-sharing services this week.
Former Chicago Police Department Superintendent Jody Weis announced his support of stricter rules Monday morning.
In a letter of support, Weis said ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft should be subject to public safety laws, like police background checks and drug tests.
He said a bill approved this month by the Illinois legislature includes his three suggestions, but Chicago's proposed ordinance does not.
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