Uber And Lyft Spend Big In California To Oppose Even Costlier Gig Worker Law

by fism

Uber and Lyft  together are spending nearly $100 million on a November California ballot initiative to overturn a state law that would compel them to classify drivers as employees. Under the existing law the two ride-hailing companies would each face more than $392 million in annual payroll taxes and workers’ compensation costs even if they drastically cut the number of drivers on their platforms.



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