Press Release 8/10/20: Court Upholds Attorney General Title and Summary: Prop 22 is an EXEMPTION to exploit drivers
Uber, Lyft & DoorDash lose multiple legal fights as they relentlessly challenged the Attorney General
Sacramento, CA – Today the Third District Court of Appeal rejected a desperate last minute attempt by the app companies in their attempt to change the language voters see describing Proposition 22. The ruling represents yet another legal defeat for Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash – the authors and funders of Prop 22.
“The judge’s ruling today ensures that every Californian will know the unbiased truth when they fill out their ballots this November: Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash are trying to buy themselves a special exemption to roll back drivers’ rights,” said Mike Roth, spokesman for the No on Prop 22 campaign.
The official ballot title for Proposition 22 will be: Exempts app-based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers.