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The Southern state is 32nd state to enact legislation covering transportation network companies. (Photo: iStock)

Mississippi will begin regulating Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services on a statewide basis beginning July 1.

On Monday, Gov. Phil Bryant (R) signed House Bill 1381, which puts the state’s Insurance Department in charge of regulating so-called transportation network companies. Regulation of taxi services had traditionally been left to cities in Mississippi.

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