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Illinois law allows voters two hours off work

No federal law mandates that employers give people time off to vote in America. But Illinois is one of 30 states with a a voter-leave law that offers some relief for workers who need to vote on a day they must work. The law requires employees to give notice before Election Day, and the time off is unpaid. We talked to voters on Election Day.

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