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California governor signs gig economy labor bill into law

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed into law a controversial labor bill, AB 5, which spells out when companies must treat "gig economy" contract workers as employees.
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News video: Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Gig Economy Bill Into Law That Could Transform Uber And Lyft

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The California legislation that could transition tens of thousands of so-called “gig economy” workers from independent contractors into full-time employees has been signed into law.

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