The state of Kansas and the ride sharing service, Uber, have reached a compromise that could bring the service back to the state. After original legislation to regulate the service was considered too restrictive by Uber, a new compromise has been made that will loosen restrictions. In the proposed legislation, Uber will be responsible for ensuring that all drivers with a bank lien on their car will have both comprehensive and collision insurance. Drivers without a bank lien will only need liability insurance. Uber will also be responsible for conducting background checks on all drivers. with e Employment will being denied to anyone convicted of select crimes such as a felony, sexual offense, driving under the influence, and identity theft.