NYC Uber drivers held a 24-hour strike that lasted until midnight Monday, Dec. 19. The drivers were protesting a blocked pay increase. The Taxi and Limousine Commission had passed its first pay increase for ride-hail drivers since 2012. Yet Uber quickly filed a lawsuit against the pay raise, saying the raises would harm the company’s bottom line, as well as harm the industry, since higher driver pay would result in a cost increase for riders.

Read the full story by Alejandra O’Connell-Domenech for The Hill, published December 19, 2022, here:


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