SAN FRANCISCO — A magistrate judge on Tuesday said he probably won’t throw out a suit that claims Uber drivers discriminate against blind passengers accompanied by seeing-eye dogs. Brought by the National Federation of the Blind of California (NFBC), the suit asks for injunctive relief and an award of damages to some of the named plaintiffs.

At an afternoon hearing, Littler Mendelson attorneys representing Uber Technologies Inc. argued that the federation can’t bring claims on behalf of both Uber users and nonusers of the platform.

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