Two weeks out from Election Day, state lawmakers say they’re taking steps to limit possible voter suppression, advancing a bill this week to limit police presence at the polls. This comes amid concerns over President Donald Trump’s recent announcement of plans to deploy officers at polling sites across the country to guard against what he said is voter fraud, despite no evidence for that happening. New Jersey’s police unions say suggestions of voter intimidation are reprehensible. Will the bill pass in time for Nov. 3? Senior Correspondent David Cruz reports.
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