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Voters cast their ballots during the presidential primary in New York City on April 19. Twenty-three states require employers to offer some form of paid leave to vote. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Several States, Employers Help Workers Make Time To Vote

Many people say they don't have the time to stand in line, or they're worried about being late for work. But about half of states require employers to offer some form of paid leave to vote.

Enrollment for insurance through the Affordable Care Act runs from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15 for plans that start on Jan. 1, 2017. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Shopping For Obamacare Opens To Mixed Reviews From Consumers

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Shopping For Obamacare Opens To Mixed Reviews From Consumers

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Voters cast their ballots during the presidential primary in New York City on April 19. Twenty-three states require employers to offer some form of paid leave to vote. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Several States, Some Employers Help Workers Make Time To Vote

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Wynton Marsalis onstage in New York in April 2016. His new violin concerto made its East Coast debut with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center last week. Andrew Toth/Getty Images hide caption

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The Transatlantic Collaboration Behind Wynton Marsalis' New Violin Concerto

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Matt Myers started the M22 business with his brother, Keegan. They trademarked the logo in 2007, but now the Michigan attorney general is challenging the trademark in court. Rick Pluta/Michigan Public Radio hide caption

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In Michigan, A Highway Sign Is At Center Of An Unusual Trademark Dispute

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Anti-government protesters demonstrate as Choi Soon-sil, a confidante of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, appears at the Seoul Central Prosecutors' Office on Monday. Woohae Cho/Getty Images hide caption

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Pressure Mounts On S. Korean President Over Her Spiritual 'Puppetmaster'

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Christian singer-songwriter Nichole Nordeman performs during the 34th Annual Dove Awards rehearsals in 2003 at the Gaylord Center in Nashville, Tenn. Nordeman has spoken out about Trump. Frank Mullen/GettyImages hide caption

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Trump Presents Dilemma For Evangelical Women, Once Reliable GOP Voters

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