(Bloomberg) -- Uber Technologies Inc. and other ride-sharing companies in California that let people arrange transportation in private cars would be required to boost insurance for drivers under legislation passed today.

The proposed law was approved by a vote of 30-4 in the state Senate and 67-0 in the Assembly. The bill now heads to Governor Jerry Brown, a Democrat whose administration helped draft a compromise version of the measure.

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