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California labor law meant to protect gig-economy workers under fire

Credit: CBS News- Published on May 16, 2020
The new year means the start of a new labor law in California meant to protect more than a million freelance and gig-economy workers. They do jobs like pet sitting, cleaning and ride-share and delivery driving. Supporters of the law, known as AB 5, say it pushes companies to recognize contractors as employees, giving them access...
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