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The US Chamber of Commerce is suing the city of Seattle over a law that allows Uber and Lyft drivers to unionize. The Chamber, a pro-business and anti-labor American lobbying group, is wading into the growing debate over the rights and classification of ride-hailing workers, and it's using federal antitrust laws to try and protect the apps from local regulations. The group fears Seattle's ordinance may inspire other "disparate regulatory regimes" that may "inhibit the free flow of commerce among private service providers around the Nation

"Uber has even gone so far as to use its customer service reps to call up drivers in Seattle and read off anti-union scripts to convince them not to use the ordinance"

It seems like Uber and/lyft are into the bribing business now. arto71 chi1cabby It seems the fight is far from over.
 

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The US Chamber of Commerce is suing the city of Seattle over a law that allows Uber and Lyft drivers to unionize. The Chamber, a pro-business and anti-labor American lobbying group, is wading into the growing debate over the rights and classification of ride-hailing workers, and it's using federal antitrust laws to try and protect the apps from local regulations. The group fears Seattle's ordinance may inspire other "disparate regulatory regimes" that may "inhibit the free flow of commerce among private service providers around the Nation

"Uber has even gone so far as to use its customer service reps to call up drivers in Seattle and read off anti-union scripts to convince them not to use the ordinance"

It seems like Uber and/lyft are into the bribing business now. arto71 chi1cabby It seems the fight is far from over.

Uber calling its drivers to say unionizing does 'not fit' for ride-sharing workers

https://uberpeople.net/threads/uber...oes-'not-fit'-for-ride-sharing-workers.64374/
 

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Uh...goodness.
 
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