The winning ballot initiative that carved out rideshare and delivery companies including Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. from California’s strict worker-status law hasn’t stopped crackdowns on other app-based businesses, raising questions about whether platforms for on-demand handymen, dog walkers and car mechanics have viable business models.
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