Bruce Ridenour has been a contractor for 40 years and said local contractors in Danbury, Connecticut don't have bandwidth to handle all the new demand.
Everything that goes into a building project, from diesel fuel to plastics to gypsum for drywall, is getting more expensive.
The dispute could put jobs at stake during the pandemic.
Advocates say it will provide vital benefits to misclassified workers. But drivers, nail technicians and other gig workers don't want to endanger their ability to set their own hours.
The Supreme Court of Ohio will decide.
There were about 4.1 million contractors working for the U.S. government in 2017.
They're considered contractors. They want to be employees.
Just ask Uber