PBS NewsHour full episode November 1, 2018

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Thursday on the NewsHour, we examine concerns about possible voter suppression in battleground states. Plus: Google employees walk out in protest over the company’s mismanagement of sexual harassment claims, Mainers debate a proposal for universal home health care, Kathleen Hall Jamieson talks about the impact of Russian hackers on the 2016 election and much more.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Trump announces plan to deny legal asylum

Fears of voter suppression persist in key midterm states

Google employees protest handling of sexual misconduct

Elderly Maine considers tax hike to fund universal home care

Conflict arises in Spain over the fate of Franco’s body

Author says ‘highly probable’ Russians swung 2016 election

Inside Univ. of Maryland’s stunning college football saga

Bryan Cranston on being ready for luck