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New California law takes aim at Uber and Lyft

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A new California bill could upend the gig economy. The state's new worker-protection bill could require companies like Uber and Lyft to treat drivers as employees. Other companies that center on the gig economy have remained largely out of the regulatory fray. Marco Zappacosta, who is the CEO of Thumbtack, an online service that matches customers with local professionals, joins now to discuss more.