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i california judge on wednesday saying uber's should be fined seven point three million dollars and its service suspended , the los angeles times reporting an administrative law judge found the car sharing service failed to comply with state laws meant to ensure drivers are providing fair access for all passengers uber is appealing the decision in its home state the ruling is not binding until the appeals phase , well a seven million dollar fine isn't much for the company that raise nearly six billion in venture capital a suspension is another matter it's the latest legal battle for the ride healing firm , three drivers in san francisco have sued uber in federal court arguing that they are employees not independent contractors if the suit is allowed to proceed as a class action it could cover more than a hundred and sixty thousand california drivers