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July 30, 2020

Yes on 22 campaign sues California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for writing a false and misleading ballot label and title and summary that is “obviously calculated to create voter bias against Proposition 22”

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According to the suit, “The new wording of the ballot title and summary reads as if it was written by the opponents of Proposition 22.”  SACRAMENTO—The Yes on 22 campaign today filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Xavier Becerra alleging he is abusing the power of his office by writing a Prop 22 ballot label […]

Publication
July 27, 2020

In Case You Missed It: San Francisco Chronicle condemns Attorney General Xavier Becerra for “skewing the language” in favor of No on Prop 22

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SACRAMENTO –The San Francisco Chronicle accused Attorney General Xavier Becerra of “skewing” the title and summary for Prop 22 in favor of the No on Prop 22 campaign. This is not the first time the attorney general has been publicly criticized for abandoning his duty to write fair and non-prejudicial voter information and instead writing titles and summaries designed to mislead voters.

Publication
July 7, 2020

Words Don’t Lie: Public Statements by AB 5 Supporters Expose Their Real Agenda is to Limit the Number of App-Based Drivers & Jobs Despite Record Unemployment

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Sacramento, CA – Many of the loudest supporters of AB 5 claimed they were representing the interests of app-based rideshare and delivery drivers. However, a new look at their public comments reveals AB 5’s most vocal supporters are really pursuing a different agenda: limiting the number of app-based rideshare and delivery drivers allowed to do this work.

Publication
June 24, 2020

App-based drivers and riders outraged by Attorney General and City Attorneys’ plan to file a motion for preliminary injunction that is aimed at taking away drivers’ choice to work as independent contractors – jeopardizing 900,000 jobs and essential rideshare and delivery services in the middle of a recession

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Sacramento, CA – Drivers with the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services coalition expressed outrage today after learning that the state Attorney General plans to file a preliminary injunction asking a judge to force app-based drivers to be employees.

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June 16, 2020

Statement from the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services Coalition Regarding San Francisco District Attorney Lawsuit that Seeks to Shut Down Independent App-Based Work

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SACRAMENTO – In response to a lawsuit filed today in San Francisco Superior Court by San Francisco District Attorney’s Office against DoorDash, the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services coalition released the following statement. NOTE: This lawsuit applies to DoorDash drivers statewide, not just in San Francisco.

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