New York City just voted to cap the number of Uber and Lyft drivers and will enforce a minimum wage for drivers
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The New York City Council just voted 36-6 to require ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft to pay their drivers minimum wage, and will prohibit them from hiring new employees for a year.

The year-long  halt on new driver hires will go into effect 120 days after the bill becomes a law. 

Uber was also recently required to classify NYC drivers as employees, rather than independent contractors, after the New York Unemployment Insurance Board ruled that Uber must provide...

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