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Remember the law California passed earlier this year essentially requiring Uber and Lyft to make drivers employees? It's supposed to take effect on Weds. Earlier today, Uber filed a lawsuit seeking to block the law from being enforced against it. https://t.co/3MndFO5NP0— Noam Scheiber (@noamscheiber) December 31, 2019
“Uber is in court bizarrely trying to say AB5 is unconstitutional—one clear thing we know about Uber is they’ll do anything to try to exempt themselves from state regulations that make us all safer & their driver employees self-sufficient”@LorenaSGonzalezhttps://t.co/OCXHHwO6Ms— Cesar Diaz (@cdiaz916) December 31, 2019
Kinda fucked up the gig economy companies get to sue to block laws that apply to an entire class of workers while they make their workers agree to arbitration clauses that block them from suing to influence the same exact thing https://t.co/AWt64fedW3— Aaron W. Gordon (@A_W_Gordon) December 31, 2019
Uber, Postmates Sue California to Block Gig-Worker Law https://t.co/OgwukvlK25— Bradley Leimer (@leimer) December 31, 2019
”The one clear thing we know about Uber is they will do anything to try to exempt themselves from state regulations that make us all safer and their driver employees self-sufficient”
In thinking about laws like #AB5, I wonder what economic modeling was done. E.g— Dare Obasanjo (@Carnage4Life) December 31, 2019
1. Impact of people having to choose to become full time Lyft/Uber drivers or quitting
2. Job loss versus gain among freelance journalists
All I've seen is anti-tech propagandahttps://t.co/ER0K0dHLUR
So Uber and Postmates are suing the state of California over a new law that would force them to treat their workers as employees. But that's not what this tweet is about.— Sam-Omar Hall ✏️ (@sozh) December 31, 2019
The lawsuit mentions the
BABY NINTH AMENDMENT
and I am shookhttps://t.co/VxkP5zideV
Hey @uber @lyft : GET READY FOR THE NEW WAVE OF ELECTED OFFICIALS THAT WILL MAKE SURE YOU ARE ACCOUNTABLE! Creating products that are supposed to help our communities does not mean you get to enrich yourselves on the backs of poverty! https://t.co/1vXqLg5qig— Jonathan Ortiz for Congress (@ortiz4congress) December 31, 2019
So, #UberGreed says...— Rusty Hicks (@rustyhicks) December 31, 2019
1. Exempt us from the law.
2. We won’t follow the law.
3. The law doesn’t apply to us.
4. The voters will exempt us.
5. The law is unconstitutional.
Maybe just follow the law - a decent wage & basic worker protections?
"In a statement, @LorenaSGonzalez said this was yet another move that showed #Uber 'will do anything to try to exempt themselves from state regulations that make us all safer and their driver employees self-sufficient.'" #AB5https://t.co/s3ChIkZyrJ— Legal Aid at Work (@LegalAidAtWork) December 31, 2019
“We won’t follow the law. Also this law doesn’t apply to us. Also we’re spending a hundred million dollars to carve ourselves out of this law that we say doesn’t apply to us. Also we’re suing.”@Uber and @Postmates call AB 5 unconstitutional in new lawsuit https://t.co/gQooar8Qsb— Vanessa Bain (@hashtagmolotov) December 31, 2019
#UberGreed: “Exempt us from the law!”— Sami Gallegos (@sami_gallegos) December 31, 2019
“We won’t follow the law!”
“This law doesn’t apply to us!”
“We’re gonna spend a millions of dollars to carve ourselves out of this law that we say doesn’t apply to us!”
“Also, we’re suing!”
JUST PAY YOUR DRIVERS! https://t.co/ZKhSA7utYP
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First, $uber sought not only an exemption from AB5 but from all California labor laws, then they said they wouldn’t abide by AB5 anyway, then AB5 didn’t apply to them because they weren’t a transportation company but a technology platformhttps://t.co/VeLCYFy4sr— Sergio A. (@sergioaved) December 31, 2019
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