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Aug 24, 2021

A California judge ruled that a ballot measure exempting rideshare and food delivery drivers from a state labor law is unconstitutional. John Iadarola and Bridget Todd break it down on The Damage Report. 
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"A California judge on Friday ruled that a 2020 ballot measure exempting rideshare and food delivery drivers from a state labor law is unconstitutional because it infringes on the Legislature’s power to set workplace standards.
Alameda County Superior Court Judge Frank Roesch wrote Proposition 22 is unconstitutional because “it limits the power of a future Legislature to define app-based drivers as workers subject to workers’ compensation law.” That makes the entire ballot measure unenforceable, Roesch said."
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