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It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber

A group that also includes Lyft and DoorDash has spent nearly $200 million to support a California proposition that could save them from a new labor law

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Outside Uber’s headquarters in San Francisco last week, drivers and other gig workers urged voters to reject Proposition 22, which would exempt gig companies from California labor laws. Photo: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

By Kate Conger

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