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California law on rideshare drivers may hurt 'gig economy'

Energy Daily Thursday, 12 September 2019
California law on rideshare drivers may hurt 'gig economy'Washington (AFP) Sept 12, 2019

Labor activists Wednesday were celebrating California's move to have drivers treated as employees by rideshare firms even as it fueled concerns it will hurt digital platforms depending on the so-called "gig economy." A landmark bill was approved 29-11 late Tuesday in the state senate, with the assembly - which has already approved the measure - expected to send it to California Governor Ga
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The law would give gig economy workers new wage and benefit protections.

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