A unique legislative proposal pending in Connecticut would upend the way that gig economy businesses interact with their workers – and has drawn both strong support and vocal dissent from the very group of individuals it is intended to assist. Senate Bill 1000 would permit rideshare and delivery drivers for gig economy businesses to form a hybrid type of union and engage in bargaining with their hiring entities without being classified as employees. However, this attempt at compromise has run into a bit of brick wall, as both businesses and a large segment of the workforce has come out in opposition of the proposed law.