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At issue is a 2015 ordinance that would allow drivers at tax-for-hire and transportation network companies to enter into collective bargaining agreements for pay and working conditions. (Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM)

Seattle billed itself as a laboratory for the gig economy with a plan that would allow ride-hailing drivers who work for companies such as Uber and Lyft to unionize. That bold effort is set to be scrutinized Monday in a federal appeals court.

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