Examining Prop. 22’s Early Impact on Labor Protections

Examining Prop. 22’s Early Impact on Labor Protections

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Abstract

This short case provides an update to the ongoing Prop. 22 saga in California. The measure, which went into effect in January, has already begun to dismantle worker protections in the state, and several major grocery chains recently fired nonunion delivery drivers in order to replace them with independent contractors from the third-party delivery apps that helped fund the passage of Prop. 22, such as DoorDash. With labor experts warning that this is just the beginning of Prop. 22’s assault on labor rights, this case asks students to discuss the measure’s potential far-reaching impact.

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