Killing the gig economy directly before a crippling recession, which left millions looking for work, has produced predictable, and utterly unnecessary harm.
As House Democrats’ anti-freelancer bill moves to the Senate, it has attained the endorsement of New York Sen. Chuck Schumer.
If Democrat representatives in the House have their way, many Americans will be out of jobs they created for themselves, on their own terms.
The biggest costs of the PRO Act won’t be borne by employers and businesses. It will be the workers who have less freedom and flexibility to decide how they want to earn a living.
Vox Media announced they will be cutting hundreds of freelance writers to prepare for Assembly Bill 5 to go into effect in California at the start of the new year.
Unable to think of a new way forward, state lawmakers are relying on past solutions to improve the gig economy — and this will only hurt freelance and gig workers.
Iain Murray joins Federalist Radio to discuss the impact of Brexit on global and domestic markets.
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