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October 17, 2020

Our View: Ballot Measures, Endorsements Recap

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By Santa Clarita Valley Signal Editorial Board

A yes vote allows companies not to classify drivers as regular employees but provide them with some benefits that employees receive, such as minimum compensation, vehicle insurance, safety training and sexual harassment policies.

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October 13, 2020

Yes on Prop 22 helps drivers and would be a rebuke to the chaos that is AB 5

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By Palm Springs Desert Sun Editorial Board

Though we’re not fans of industry regulation by ballot box, California voters this November have the chance to push back against the mess of a law that was AB 5 and how it has wreaked havoc on industries across California. How? They can vote yes on Proposition 22.

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October 9, 2020

We recommend: The statewide ballot propositions

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By Chico Enterprise-Record Editorial Board

PROPOSITION 22: Yes. This is the gig economy relief measure. It’s designed to allow app-based businesses like Uber, Lyft and Doordash to continue treating their drivers like independent contractors rather than employees.

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October 9, 2020

Opinion says yes to Proposition 22

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By La Opinión Editorial Board

One of the most controversial plebiscites that Californians will have to vote on November 3 is Proposition 22.

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October 8, 2020

La Opinión dice sí a la Proposición 22

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Uno de los plebiscitos más polémicos que los californianos deberán votar el 3 de noviembre es la Proposición 22. Representa la reacción de empresas de transporte de pasajeros como Uber, Lyft y DoorDash contra una ley de la Legislatura estatal que los conmina a contratar a los conductores como si fuesen empleados. Su postura constituye […]

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September 13, 2020

Don’t stifle the gig economy, vote yes on California Prop. 22

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By San Francisco Chronicle Editorial Board

Proposition 22 is a battle between two determined and equally unappealing combatants. Proponents consist of the gig economy companies — Uber, Lyft, DoorDash among them — that are pouring $180 million into a campaign to dictate how they would be regulated on workplace issues. Opponents are the labor unions and the politicians they control, who refused to come up with a reasonable compromise in Sacramento.

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September 11, 2020

Yes on 22: Preserve California’s gig economy

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By Santa Rosa Press Democrat Editorial Board

Proposition 22 is shaping up as a ballot-box version of the gunfight at the OK Corral. Instead of the Clantons and Earps, this feud pits organized labor against Uber, Lyft and other app-based service companies.

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August 29, 2020

Our View: Endorsement: YES on Prop 22 keeps on-demand drivers ‘independent’

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By Bakersfield Californian Editorial Board

Proposition 22 on the Nov. 3 ballot is intended to protect thousands of California’s on-demand drivers, their customers, much-needed jobs and the state’s economy. It is the latest battle in a war between independent contractors and labor union advocates over California’s “gig economy.”

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August 18, 2020

Yes on Proposition 22 to save ridesharing and worker choice in California

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By Southern Californian News Group Editorial Board

Since the California Supreme Court in 2018 handed down its Dynamex decision, the state has been marching toward an inevitable showdown with app-based transportation firms such as Uber, Lyft and DoorDash. Those companies have built business models around the type of independent-contractor labor the court decision has largely banned.

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November 6, 2019

Ballot battle looms over Assembly Bill 5

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By Los Angeles Daily News Editorial Board

The battle over Assembly Bill 5, which forbids many companies from using contractors as their workforce, is far from over even after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed it into law. Three companies that face an existential threat from the measure — Uber, Lyft and DoorDash — have introduced an initiative that would exempt them from turning their drivers into regular employees.

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July 6, 2019

California legislators could save gig workers — or ruin the part-time economy

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By Los Angeles Times Editorial Board

California’s Silicon Valley created the “gig economy,” in which on-demand services are powered by on-demand workers, typically working part-time. Now, the California Legislature is considering proposals that could fundamentally change how the companies behind these services treat their workers — for better or for worse.

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