The big apple approved a sweeping legislative package Thursday to improve pay and working conditions for food delivery drivers. This comes as cities like New York and San Francisco try to regulate the food delivery industry that is dominated by companies like Grubhub, Doordash, and Uber Eats. The package includes minimum payments for drivers, a requirement for food delivery apps to provide insulated food bags for free, and to make gratuity payments more transparent. It's big for the city as around 65,000 delivery drivers are considered essential workers but have lacked certain protections because of their contractor status. New York is now the first city to enact such protections for app-based delivery drivers. Claudia Irizarry Aponte, reporter at The City, joins None of the Above to discuss.