Lyft, Uber and many other companies have pledged millions of dollars to put AB5 on the ballot for a referendum and exempt their organizations from the new law. Uber will also reportedly lobby lawmakers to create a new worker classification to better suit its industry. The fight is hardly over. As it stands, contractors will become regular employees beginning Jan.
The CIA has occasionally declassified UFO-related documents over the years and even made a reading collection available online covering information from the 1940s through the early 1990s. Last year, Classified’s the US Navy declassified documents and video connected to a 2004 UFO encounter.
We are fully prepared to take this issue to the voters of California to preserve the freedom and access drivers and riders want and need.” A Lyft representative said, “Today, our state’s political leadership missed an important opportunity to support the overwhelming majority of rideshare drivers who want a thoughtful solution that balances flexibility with an earnings standard and benefits.” The representative added, “The fact that there were more than 50 industries carved out of AB5 is very telling.
Walker, 31, was the recipient of a hostile welcome after returning to senior footy for the first time after serving a six-game suspension for aiming a racist slur at an opponent during a SANFL game last August.
The No campaign additionally coordinated several events across the state leading up to the vote. On Monday, California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, who authored AB5, worked with drivers to reach out to voters by text banking.
The Navy isn’t offering up any explanations for the aerial objects, which the Department of Defense still characterizes as “unidentified.” At least you can now officially assess the footage for yourself.
Drivers opposing the initiative held car caravan protests and dropped “No on Prop 22” banners throughout California’s cities. The campaign said it reached about 10 million voters as of Monday afternoon.