California Assembly Bill 5, which threatens the business model of California travel agencies who rely on independent contractors (ICs) to sell travel, continues to move through the General Assembly. As discussed in past Travel Advisor Dailys, the bill would "codify" - turn into law - the so-called "Dynamex decision," a 2018 court decision severely limiting the ability of California businesses to utilize ICs. ASTA is working with the California Coalition of Travel Organizations (CCTO) and others to amend this legislation and protect California travel small businesses. If you live in California, please take two minutes out of your day to contact your legislators through our grassroots portal and help the cause. Thank you!
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