If you're not reading this from the illegal backseat of your personal Uber chauffeur, you're certainly aware the popular car-share service has mounted an incursion on Portland against the wishes of city officials (and local cabbies).
The city's working up any strategy it can think of to shut that down, arguing Uber's not properly regulated and could pose safety threats. That might involve a civil action against Uber, but right now it mostly seems to include city enforcers trying to issue hefty fines against Uber drivers (the company has said it will fight those fines). The Portland Bureau of Transportation is going to release information about how many citations its issued later today.
Until then, it's poll time!