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    The flag of Cook County hangs outside the County Building in Chicago. [Don Vincent/The Daily Line]

    A measure to preserve translated ballots and election materials for non-English speakers will be introduced at the Cook County Board of Commissioners meeting Thursday morning. 

    The County Board will also act on items approved during committee meetings Wednesday, including code changes to the process for selecting a new independent inspector general, an ordinance to allow county employees to use sick leave for burnout and other mental health issues and a resolution supporting the union representing United Parcel Service (UPS) workers.  

    But commissioners did not approve a measure that included a water bill assistance program funded by federal dollars. 

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