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Sedan/taxi service Uber is gearing up for another fight with the District’s government over regulations, which means that it’s time once again for Uber to summon its legion of social media-savvy fans. In a blog post on the company’s site, CEO Travis Kalanick urged customers to tweet their support.

“Keep the love alive with #UberDCLove,” he wrote.

And there was a lot of love for Uber on Twitter after yesterday’s post, with Uber supporters (and they were all supporters) tweeting about how much they wanted the D.C. Taxicab Commission and its head, Ron Linton, to leave Uber alone. The best of those tweets, after the jump.

[View the story “Uber Charged” on Storify]