Because of my age (78) and with diabetes, I am at risk and choose not to drive during the current pandemic. In other words, I myself am now dependent upon app-based drivers to deliver my food and medications, (etc). When I do drive, since I have taken special training classes on how to handle people with disabilities, I have transported blind individuals, amputees, wounded veterans, the aged with all types of disabilities, and even homeless adults and children who cannot afford public transportation or are handicapped to the point of being unable to use public transportation. How can they deny all these people the right to have access to the same facilities and amenities as the rest of the country? Who stands to benefit from this horrible law?
We are California rideshare and delivery drivers who support Proposition 22.
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