California’s State Assembly just passed a bill that expands upon the state’s Supreme Court decision last year, which guaranteed the rights of gig economy workers — rights like minimum wage and overtime pay. Even more, this bill appears to make it harder for companies in the state to label workers as independent contractors instead of employees.

Uber and Lyft are not into it and they’re making it known. Both ride-hailing companies are in public talks with unions in an attempt to find a work-around.