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California Passes AB-5, Possibly Transforming the Ride-Sharing Business for Uber and Lyft

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California Passes AB-5, Possibly Transforming the Ride-Sharing Business for Uber and Lyft

California Passes AB-5, Possibly Transforming the Ride-Sharing Business for Uber and Lyft

The California state senate passed legislation late Tuesday that could transition tens of thousands of ride-share drivers from independent contractors into full-time employees.

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