A number of Sacramento Peace and Freedom Party activists participated in a labor sponsored “NO on 22” car caravan event on Labor Day. The first photo below shows State Central Committee members Debra Reiger and CT Weber behind their cars waiting to join the dozens of caravan cars and head off the the state capitol for a NO on 22 rally.

PFP has endorsed a NO position on Proposition 22, which would allow app-based delivery services such as Uber, Lyft and Doordash to classify its drivers as independent contractors rather than actual employees, which allows the companies to pay less than minimum wage and provide no healthcare benefits or sick leave.

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