What Drivers Want Should Determine California’s AB5 vs. Uber and Lyft 

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Following a recent temporary reprieve granted by a California appeals court, Uber and Lyft recently managed to avoid having to follow through on their previous threat to suspend services in the state where they were founded. The threats were in response to a California court order that the rideshare companies comply with California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) by reclassifying their drivers as employees and not independent contractors. Uber and Lyft responded that doing so would require them to shut down operations in California in order to restructure their businesses, thus prompting the reprieve. 

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