9th Circuit says Uber, Lyft drivers might not have right to organize

In 2015, the city of Seattle adopted a first-in-the-nation ordinance that permits independent contractor drivers for ride-share companies such as Uber and Lyft to band together like a union and bargain collectively over their compensation. Uber, Lyft, and a more traditional taxi company—supported by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce—challenged the ordinance.

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