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Two Uber drivers on Thursday accused Uber of illegally pressuring drivers to support Proposition 22, a California ballot measure that would allow ridesharing companies to avoid classifying drivers as employees that Uber and other gig companies have spent millions backing. Luz Laguna, Isabelle Ramos and Leonardo Diaz, left to right, with Mobile Workers Alliance, hold ... [+] signs in support as app based gig workers. Los Angeles Times via Getty Images. KEY FACTS. The class-action lawsuit alleges Uber runs afoul of labor law by demanding drivers “inform Uber how they intend to vote on Prop 22” and “submit statements of support for the ballot measure.”. The lawsuit alleges constant in-app messa... Full story

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