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California Passes Landmark Bill to Remake Gig Economy

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
With the bill’s passage, California’s ride-hailing drivers, food-delivery couriers, janitors and others are set to be reclassified as employees and not contractors.
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News video: State Senate approves bill that would change

State Senate approves bill that would change "gig economy" employment 01:47

A bill that would classify independent contractors in California as employees is on the verge of becoming a law.

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