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Uber Vows to Keep Fighting a Sweeping California Labor Bill - Top Tweets

And what California just said -- which should be understood at the sweeping philosophical level, not just as a matter of labor law -- is: No. Public institutions are the guardians of regular people. Not the companies that employ them and, to save money, deny they employ them..

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Uber Vows to Keep Fighting a Sweeping California Labor Billhttps://time.com/5675201/uber-california-labor-bill-gig-economy/.

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New top story from Time: Uber Vows to Keep Fighting a Sweeping California Labor Bill https://t.co/hDskjQg2se KATHLEEN RONAYNE AND DON THOMPSON / AP September 12, 2019 at 09:31AM.

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”Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Postmates and others that mounted a powerful push to avoid reclassifying their workers as employees with labor law protections” #YesonAB5 #AB5 @CaliforniaLabor @LorenaSGonzalez #DisruptInequality https://t.co/AQybPiSCBa.

The legislation was pushed by a powerful coalition of labor unions, many of which have suffered stagnating membership as companies classify large chunks of their workforces as independent contractors. https://t.co/ltYIQlns0g.

And what California just said -- which should be understood at the sweeping philosophical level, not just as a matter of labor law -- is: No. Public institutions are the guardians of regular people. Not the companies that employ them and, to save money, deny they employ them..

With a deadline nearing, California lawmakers made a last-minute deal that would exempt newspaper carriers from a sweeping new law limiting the number of employees classified as independent contractors.: https://t.co/BCQ12wIhTo…fornia-labor-law/ https://t.co/Dw3cfeXGpv.

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The state is set to pass a sweeping bill that would reclassify drivers as employees. https://t.co/Lr2mB4ql8Y.