get a voice (in something)

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get a voice (in something)

To have or attain an active and participatory role in making or influencing a decision about something. The best thing about working for a smaller company is that it finally feels like everyone gets a voice in how it should operate. You've decided to move the family to Alaska for a new job? Don't I get a voice in the matter? We're all equals here, so everyone should get a voice.
See also: get, voice