On November 3rd, California voters will decide whether Proposition 22, a ballot initiative that would exempt ride sharing apps and food delivery companies from the draconian labor regulations of AB.5, should become state law. Proposition 22’s passage would provide an important exemption to ride share apps and food delivery companies that would allow them to continue to operate and provide an essential source of income for over 209,000 Californians

While the electoral outcome is murky, if Proposition 22 fails, there will be blatantly clear and profoundly damaging effects for consumers, as well as those who derive income from rideshare and delivery apps.

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