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How Unions Could Change the Way Uber and Lyft Work

Seattle was the first U.S. city to pass a law allowing drivers for ride-hailing services to bargain collectively.
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Uber Technologies has overcome taxi driver protests, irate government officials, and the occasional self-made controversy. But the next fight for the ride-hailing company and rival Lyft may be with a modern-day Jimmy Hoffa.

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