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California governor expected to sign new legislation for independent workers

CBS News Saturday, 14 September 2019
California Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to sign new legislation intended to help the Legion of Independent Workers in the so-called gig economy. The law would make "gig workers" eligible for benefits. But companies like Uber, Lyft, and Doordash are spending big, trying to put the brakes on the bill. Carter Evans reports.
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News video: California Senate passes bill that gives new wages and benefits protections to Uber and Lyft workers

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The proposal, also supported by California Governor Gavin Newsom has drawn opposition from on-demand delivery and ride-sharing companies.

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