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California passes landmark gig economy rights bill

BBC News Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
The law would mean the likes of Uber and Lyft would have to offer holiday and sick pay.
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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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