Isn't it illegal for employers to prevent their employees from voting in the presidential election?

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Re: Isn't it illegal for employers to prevent their employees from voting in the presidential election?

Postby Charlie Jack » 15 Jan 2012, 23:13

I'm glad he got to vote.
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