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Why Newspapers Are Fighting California’s Landmark Labor Bill

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 September 2019
Thursday: The collateral effects of a bill aimed at protecting gig economy workers. Also: A move forward for a statewide rent cap; and natural wine
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News video: California Lawmakers Pass Landmark Labor Bill For 'Gig' Workers

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California lawmakers passed a landmark bill that will impact nearly one million workers who use phone apps to book or perform their jobs late Tuesday.

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