President Obama pulls ahead with a strong lead against Mitt Romney 51%-42% in the latest USA Today/Gallup poll of registered voters in swing states. We’ll ask Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) to weigh in on the latest battleground match-up and what this means for the general election.
We’ll also have Round 2 of the great health care debate between former White House Advisor for Health Policy Dr. Zeke Emanuel and Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI). With the Supreme Court hearings behind us, now what? The verdict is out until June, but it may just come down to one deciding vote.
It’s World Autism Awareness Day. Did you know that 1 in 88 children are struggling with autism? Autism Speaks Co-Founders Bob and Suzanne Wright will talk about the startling rise in the disorder and what their organization is doing to take it head on.
We’ll wrap up with Miami Herald columnist Carl HIaasen. He’s out with his fourth children’s novel, Chomp. Hiaasen’s father gave him a typewriter at the age of 6, and he hasn’t stopped writing ever since.