CA Prop. 22 will determine fate of app-based drivers

Uber and Lyft
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If passed, Proposition 22 would label app-based drivers as independent contractors rather than employees, which opponents argue allows companies such as Uber and Lyft to avoid paying unemployment insurance.

With more than $110 million in support and nearly $900,000 in opposition, the much-debated Proposition 22 will determine the classification of app-based drivers by ballot vote this November.
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Shop for groceries without leaving your couch

As college students, shopping for groceries and stocking our fridge is an unfortunate but necessary part of our everyday lives. But most of us don’t have cars to drive to Costco or Safeway every week, and who wants to carry groceries on the bus? That’s where Instacart  comes in — a
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