Amazon employees sign petition urging company to offer paid time off to vote

"Eight hours of paid time off could empower nearly a million Amazon workers to be active participants in our democracy. It would also send a signal that voting is a responsibility for us all," Amazon Employees for Climate Justice said in a Medium blog post Tuesday. "With reduced polling locations in many states, eight hours is necessary to ensure nobody is unable to vote because they have to work...Our democracy only works when everyone has the ability to participate."

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