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  1. Seattle
    I met the Teamster's Union rep for ABDA last week but left feeling that that was more hope in self-organizing. What's been tried here and why hasn't it worked? It should be obvious to everyone that market power resides in the collective of the drivers, who own the means of production...ie...
  2. Advocacy
    Unions say they help members get respect, be treated fairly, have a voice, get better wages and benefits from large corporations, like Uber. Do you think that Uber is terrified of unions? Uber lost a Seattle lawsuit...
  3. Seattle
    For-Hire Driver Collective Bargaining Who is affected? What does it mean for drivers? Implementation Timeline and Due-Dates for Major Milestones http://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/FAS/RegulatoryServices/collective-bargaining-ordinance-timeline.pdf
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