Margot Roosevelt

Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Reporter for the Los Angeles Times, focusing on the environment, covering global warming

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A lot of app-based companies like Uber, GrubHub, and Doordash like to classify their workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

Should gig economy workers be classified as independent contractors or employees?

A lot of app-based companies like Uber, GrubHub, and Doordash like to classify their workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

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Los Angeles businesses are divided over  Proposition 23 , a measure that would postpone the implementation of  AB 32 , the greenhouse gas law that Governor Schwarzenegger sees as his…

Proposition 23 Dissected

Los Angeles businesses are divided over Proposition 23 , a measure that would postpone the implementation of AB 32 , the greenhouse gas law that Governor Schwarzenegger sees as his…

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Californians will get a chance to vote on a major element of Governor Schwarzenegger's legacy.

Voters to Decide Fate of State's Greenhouse Gas Law

Californians will get a chance to vote on a major element of Governor Schwarzenegger's legacy.

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