Study illustrates the profound reliance of Massachusetts residents and businesses on app-based rideshare and delivery drivers.
A clear majority of Massachusetts voters and rideshare and delivery drivers both supported and would have passed this ballot question into law. That’s exactly why opponents resorted to litigation to subvert the democratic process and deny voters the right to make their own decision. The future of these services and...
Massachusetts voters express strong support for a ballot question that would protect flexibility and secure new benefits for drivers.
"Drivers need freedom to drive when we want to and when we need to. That freedom is priceless."
“Massachusetts has an incredible opportunity here to listen to drivers and support them in what they want and need."
H.1234 would deliver historic new benefits while maintaining driver flexibility.
“Prop 22 has been the best thing to happen to drivers in California, and the proposal in Massachusetts, with sick time and paid family and medical leave, is even better."
“Being able to create their schedules and work on their own terms is a massively beneficial economic opportunity," said Monica Cannon-Grant, founder of Violence in Boston.
"“Prop 22 has been the best thing to happen to drivers in California, and the proposal in Massachusetts, with sick time and paid family and medical leave, is even better."
"The best thing about rideshare driving is you can start and stop anytime you want. Who would keep driving if it didn't make financial sense for them?"