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Women-only services face legal hurdles

Some ride-sharing companies say passenger safety trumps discrimination

By PHILIP MARCELO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

This article was published April 18, 2016 at 2:12 a.m.

kelly-pelletz-of-charlton-mass-co-creator-of-the-ride-hailing-service-chariot-for-women-displays-the-app-on-a-mobile-phone-in-charlton-earlier-this-month

Kelly Pelletz, of Charlton, Mass., co-creator of the ride-hailing service Chariot for Women, displays the app on a mobile phone, in Charlton earlier this month.

BOSTON -- Ride-hailing companies catering exclusively to women are cropping up and raising legal questions, namely: Are they discriminatory?

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