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California Caves, Yet Uber is Doomed?

Aaron Benanav, writing in The Guardian, opines that Uber’s business model is doomed. This seems fairly hyperbolic. Having threatened to pull out of California completely, Uber and Lyft recently won a temporary reprieve from orders to reclassify their drivers as … Continue reading

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In California, Prostitutes are Disorderly Vagrants

SFGATE is carrying a story titled Appeals court in SF allows challenge to state law banning prostitution. While some of California’s laws should not be overturned–for example, it’s hard to understand how knowingly infecting someone with HIV could be deemed … Continue reading

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