Wyoming Secretary of State reminds employers of voting laws

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August 15, 2012


By Eric Veram

CHEYENNE, Wyoming: In a press release dated August 14, Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield reminded employers that state law requires that employees be given one hour off from work so that they can vote. The statement further explains the law by noting that the hour may not be during a meal time and must be used for voting. This law does not apply to those employees who have three or more consecutive non-working hours during the time polls are open.[1]

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