Ohio Poll, Young Voters, Drug Sniffing Dogs

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New Capitol Affairs polling puts Obama 2 to 3 points ahead in Ohio. We talk to journalist Afi Scruggs about why.

The youth vote seems to still favor Obama, but not as widely as in 2008. We talk to Aaron Smith about what those under 30 are looking for in their next president.

The constitutionality of drug-sniffing dogs is at the Supreme Court. We talk to Loyola University New Orleans College of Law professor Leslie Shoebotham about what the Court may do.

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