Gig drivers from the Front Range rallied Thursday outside Denver International Airport, holding an afternoon work stoppage to protest their working conditions.
The strike lasted from 3-7 p.m. for participating drivers, who called for better wages, safer working conditions and changes to deactivation policies, among other things from Lyft and Uber.
A bill that would have given gig drivers more information about the rides they accept died in a state Senate committee late Tuesday night — a significant blow to labor groups and legions of workers who say they’re nearing a breaking point.
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