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California’s AB-5 showdown is on “pause” for now as a California appeals court extended the length of time Uber and Lyft will have to comply with an order requiring both ride-hailing companies to reclassify their drivers as employees.

State officials claim in their lawsuit that Uber and Lyft are violating a new state labor law, AB-5, by neglecting to pay expenses such as payroll taxes and unemployment insurance for their workers.

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