Today's must-reads: Nov. 1
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House Speaker Paul Ryan has voted for Donald Trump, but says he will not campaign with the Republican nominee in the remaining days of the election. Some employers, and several states, are making it easier for people to vote on election day. NPR investigates why we cast our votes on a Tuesday. PBS NewsHour compares the candidates on the issue of drug addiction treatment.
PBS NewsHour Days to go, voters explain their White House hopes Judy Woodruff hit the campaign trail to see the candidates up close.
- PBS NEWSHOUR | Paul Ryan votes for Trump, but will not campaign with him
- NPR | Several States, Some Employers Help Workers Make Time To Vote
- NPR | Why Do We Vote On Tuesdays?
- PBS NEWSHOUR | Where do the presidential candidates stand on treating drug addiction?