By Faiz Siddiqui at the Washington Post
August 20, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO — Lyft said Thursday it plans to shut down in California just before midnight, as a ruling forcing the company to make its drivers employees takes effect.
Uber and Lyft have said they would suspend their ride-hailing service here beginning Friday unless a California Superior Court decision requiring them to give drivers full employment was delayed while they appeal. A California appeals court has yet to rule on their pleas for a stay, although a ruling is expected as soon as Thursday.
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