California's Prop 22 Would Be a Disaster for Workers Everywhere

A conversation with Veena Dubal, professor of law at University of California-Hastings

Maximillian Alvarez

Rideshare driver Jesus Ibarra stands on his car on October 8 in front of Los Angeles City Hall urging voters to vote no on Proposition 22. Al Seib / Los Angeles Times

Every­one who is a work­er or who cares about work­ers should pay atten­tion to Prop 22 in Cal­i­for­nia and under­stand the poten­tial­ly dev­as­tat­ing impact it could have. Pro­fes­sor Veena Dubal joins us on the show to talk about why.

Max­imil­lian Alvarez is a writer and edi­tor based in Bal­ti­more and the host of Work­ing Peo­ple, a pod­cast by, for, and about the work­ing class today.” His work has been fea­tured in venues like In These Times, The Nation, The Baf­fler, Cur­rent Affairs, and The New Republic.

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