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

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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.

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Maximillian Alvarez is editor-in-chief at the Real News Network and host of the podcast Working People, available at InThe​se​Times​.com. He is also the author of The Work of Living: Working People Talk About Their Lives and the Year the World Broke.

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