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CA Proposition 22 Approved: Healthcare Subsidies for App-Based Drivers

CA Proposition 22 Approved: Healthcare Subsidies for App-Based Drivers

Nov 11, 2020, < 1 Minute Read

Under California Proposition 22, the App-Based Drivers as Contractors and Labor Policies Initiative approved in the November 3 election, app-based drivers are classified as independent contractors, not as employees under California Assembly Bill 5.

Prop 22 also enacts several labor and wage policies, specific to app-based drivers, including a requirement that companies provide healthcare subsidies to drivers who work more than 15 hours per week. The value of the healthcare subsidy is based on the average monthly premium of Bronze plans in the Covered California individual marketplace.

During the Prop 22 campaign, there was some confusion regarding the nature of the healthcare subsidies. This California Healthline article helps clarify what the subsidies are and what they are not.

For more information on Proposition 22, check out the San Francisco Chronicle and Los Angeles Times articles.

 

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