Labor won big with bill to rewrite California employment law — but it's flawed

Politics Los Angeles Times

Assembly Bill 5 is organized labor's biggest legislative victory in years. The bill will reclassify an estimated 1 million California workers as company employees rather than independent contractors, enshrining in law a state Supreme Court ruling. …

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