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These Tech Companies Are Way Ahead Of Trump And Clinton On Paid Family Leave

Both candidates have put forward family leave platforms. Here's how some tech companies are already leading the pack. Both candidates have put forward family leave platforms. Here's how some tech companies are already leading the pack. With less than five weeks away from Election Day, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are doubling down on their messages in the hope of gaining voters' support.
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