The Southport Republican's bill would take the control of the transportation network companies out of the hands of local government and hand it over to the state.
Today many Wilmington cab companies came together as a statement to the city and state demanding regulations for Uber.
North Carolina lawmakers have heard presentations on digital services that allow people to sell car rides through a smart phone app or rent out rooms to travelers.
Car services such as Uber and Lyft and short-term rental sites including Airbnb represent a new business model that legislators are studying ahead of the session that begins in January.
Wilmington police and deputies urge Halloween celebrations to be fun, and safe.
The ride sharing application Uber just launched its services here in The Port City. Wilmington is among the first five cities in the state using the transportation system.
Uber drivers get you where you need to go using their own car and taxi companies aren't too happy about it.