The proposed narrowing of the definition of employee at the federal level mirrors the so-called "ABC test" that the California Supreme Court embraced last week. (Photo: ALM)

Leading Democrats are proposing a labor law overhaul that could extend collective bargaining rights to huge swaths of the gig economy, the latest sign of gathering blowback for companies committed to maximizing profits by denying workers rights and benefits often associated with regular employment.

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