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    Denise Avant from the National Federation of the Blind for Illinois, left, and Ray Campbell from the Illinois Council of the Blind, right, speak to the House Ethics and Elections Committee Tuesday.

    Illinois is not doing enough to make voting accessible to people with print visibility difficulties, advocates say, arguing an amendment to a bill expanding accessibility to voting by mail is necessary to ensure voting is also more accessible to blind people.

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