Legislators are looking at a new California law that is receiving pushback from Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash.
The TNCs want voters to give them a break after the historic passing of AB 5.
OCT. LCT Editor's Edge: The outcome helps preserve the legal luxury ground transportation industry while clarifying the debate over fairness and rules.
Lawyer Shannon Liss-Riordan files another lawsuit against the TNC following passage of a sweeping California labor bill.
From state labor rules to cannabis bans and LAX access, the Greater California Livery Association enjoys a golden chapter of regulatory successes.
This could set a national industry precedent.
GCLA members will get the latest details on a pending state bill that could transform TNCs, and an update on LAX construction traffic patterns.
Assembly Bill 5 could upend the TNC business model by making it more difficult for them to classify workers as independent contractors.
Of all the fares Jalopnik examined, Uber kept 35% of the revenue, while Lyft kept 38%.
By forming their own corporation, TNC workers could win leverage over companies that refuse to consider them employees.
A coalition confirmed it gave money to gig workers to cover the costs of travel and expenses for the day.
A California Senate committee moves the proposal forward as crowds rally for and against it.
Protestors say the $72 million purchase shows how the wealthiest Americans live in luxury on the backs of exploited workers.
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