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Month: September 2020

Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22Business

Uber and Lyft Throw a Corporate Temper Tantrum Over Prop 22

Since September 2019 when the Legislature passed California Assembly Bill (AB) 5, categorizing app-based drivers as employees rather than independent
Controversial Organization Responsible for Anti-Tent Campaign To Be Helmed by Reverend With Deep Connections to Mayor London BreedBay Area

Controversial Organization Responsible for Anti-Tent Campaign To Be Helmed by Reverend With Deep Connections to Mayor London Breed

San Francisco — Reverend Amos Brown, a longtime ally and ardent supporter of Mayor London Breed, announced on September 8
California Wildfire Data in Desperate Need of Better SynchronizationCalifornia

California Wildfire Data in Desperate Need of Better Synchronization

As the Bay Area hits the dog days of summer, multiple fires burn through California and smoke clogs the skies, 
California finally passes bill to allow former inmates to become firefighters as wildfires rage and COVID infects prison laborersCalifornia

California finally passes bill to allow former inmates to become firefighters as wildfires rage and COVID infects prison laborers

On September 11th, California governor Gavin Newson signed a bill that would allow former nonviolent inmates who have served on