Proposition 224 million: The Tipline for 5 November 2020

What’s in a name? $224 million, apparently. Only two of Tuesday’s US Senate races involved more financing than the campaigning related to California’s Proposition 22. After all of that, companies like Uber and Lyft won the right to call their workers “independent contractors” under the state’s labour law, presumably saving untold profits. That seems like a bargain when considering the US spent more than 62 times that much for who they could call POTUS.


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