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An Uber driver who says he made more than 8,000 drives claims in federal court that the company fired him on bogus pretexts after the Chicago Tribune published a photo of him in a peaceful protest with other drivers against Uber’s pay policies.

CHICAGO — An Uber driver who says he made more than 8,000 drives claims in federal court that the company fired him on bogus pretexts after the Chicago Tribune published a photo of him in a peaceful protest with other drivers against Uber’s pay policies.

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