Freelance writers in California are up in arms over the new AB5 legislation, which puts a cap on the amount of freelancers relied on by news outlets and media companies. The law's goal is to more clearly define the difference between staff writers and freelancers, but instead, it's causing two leading journalism organizations to file a lawsuit against the state. Randy Dotinga, freelance writer and former president and current board member of the American Society of Journalists & Authors (ASJA) joined Cheddar's 'Only in LA' show. The ASJA is one of the groups suing California over AB5 and Dotinga told Cheddar about why his group say the law is 'unconstitutional.'