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Proposition 22

Having had no luck with the California Supreme Court, the union fighting to overturn Proposition 22 — the voter-approved initiative that keeps Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy drivers as independent contractors — has filed a petition to overturn the measure in a lower state court.

OAKLAND, Calif. — Having had no luck with the California Supreme Court, the union fighting to overturn Proposition 22 — the voter-approved initiative that keeps Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy drivers as independent contractors — has filed a petition to overturn the measure in a lower state court.

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