Press Releases

Press Releases

In Case You Missed It: “Women turn to app-based delivery platforms for work flexibility”

A featured story on Good Morning America highlighted how women across the country are turning [...] Read more
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One Year After Passage, Prop 22 Continues to Benefit Drivers, Consumers & California’s Economy

A year ago today, nearly 120,000 drivers and a diverse coalition of over  140 social [...] Read more
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LA County Price Control on App-Based Delivery Services Resulted in Higher Consumer Costs, Fewer Customers for Restaurants & Lower Driver Earnings

Today, the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services Coalition, which includes app-based platforms DoorDash, Uber Eats, [...] Read more
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In Case You Missed It: “I am disappointed at the court’s decision to rule against Prop 22. I pray that his decision is overturned…”

In a recent op-ed, Revered K.W. Tulloss, President of the Baptist Ministers Conference Southern California [...] Read more
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In Case You Missed It: “It is now a battle about the future of the initiative in California”

In a recent opinion piece citing the broad, unintended consequences of a seriously flawed Superior [...] Read more
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New Survey of Drivers Shows Overwhelming Support for Prop 22 Nearly a Year After Passage

A new first-of-its-kind survey of Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, and Instacart drivers in California found that [...] Read more
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Coalition Representing 120,000 Drivers + Diverse Organizations Follow CA Attorney General in Appealing Flawed Proposition 22 Ruling

The Protect App-Based Drivers & Services (PADS) Coalition, formerly the Yes on Prop 22 coalition, [...] Read more
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Prop 22 Proponents’ Statement in Response to Seriously Flawed Alameda Superior Court Judge Ruling

Geoff Vetter, spokesperson for the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services Coalition (PADS), released the following [...] Read more
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In Case You Missed It: New Study Shows Rideshare Services Save Lives and Reduce Traffic Fatalities

A new analysis published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, conducted by Michael L. [...] Read more