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May 22, 2020

In face of looming threats that would eliminate 900,000 app-based jobs, CA ballot measure qualifies to protect app-based drivers and services

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Sacramento, CA – The Protect App-Based Drivers & Services coalition, a growing group of tens of thousands of app-based drivers, public safety organizations, social justice advocates, business and community leaders, announce qualification of the landmark proposition protecting the choice of one million app-based drivers to earn income as independent contractors while providing new earning guarantees and benefits.

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May 12, 2020

In case you missed it…New independent poll shows app-based drivers resoundingly prefer to be independent contractors by a 71-17% margin

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SACRAMENTO – A new, independent poll released by the Rideshare Guy found that nearly three quarters of app-based drivers surveyed prefer to be independent contractors, compared to only 17 percent who would prefer to be an employee. This poll is strong evidence that California politicians who are trying to prevent drivers from working as independent contractors do not represent the interests of those drivers.

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May 5, 2020

App-Based Drivers Express Serious Concern that Lawsuit Could Shut Down Delivery and Rideshare Services and Jobs When Families and Workers are Struggling

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(Sacramento, CA) – Today, members of the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services coalition expressed significant concern after the state and three city attorneys announced a lawsuit that seeks to take away the choice that app-based drivers make to work as independent contractors. If successful, this lawsuit would force more Californians out of work and eliminate access to these essential services when millions are relying on them.

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March 27, 2020

As Californians depend on ‘essential’ app-based services, coalition of drivers and businesses submits signatures to qualify California ballot measure to protect drivers

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SACRAMENTO – As app-based delivery and rideshare drivers continue providing essential services during the pandemic, the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services coalition today began turning in signatures to local county Registrars of Voters offices across the state to qualify a measure for the November ballot.

Publication
March 19, 2020

STATEMENT FROM PROTECT APP-BASED DRIVERS & SERVICES COALITION (BALLOT MEASURE CAMPAIGN) IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

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SACRAMENTO, CA — The following statement can be attributed to Stacey Wells, campaign spokesperson for the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services Act: “App-based delivery and rideshare are being deemed essential services by mayors and governors around the country during this time of public emergency, helping neighbors and the most vulnerable among us get food, groceries, medicine and other necessities.