California Elections Code section 14000 mandates that if employees do not have sufficient time outside of working hours to vote in a statewide election, then they may take up to 2 hours of paid time off to vote in-person. An employee may choose to take more than two hours off, if his or her employer allows it, but only 2 hours will be paid.
California polls will be open from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. on election day. However, be sure to check with your local polling place for their hours of operation, as some locations may have extended hours. Continue reading
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by Jennifer Grady, Esq. and Grady Firm Law Clerk
With the American presidential election cycle in full swing, immigration reform continues to be a heated and controversial topic. The presidential campaign front-runners, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, have widely divergent perspectives on the issue. Below is a look at each candidate’s stance on the ability of undocumented immigrants to gain legal US citizenship. Continue reading
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