After a big win in New York, presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton turn their attention to Pennsylvania and other northeastern states that hold their primary elections on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania is probably the most important of the bunch -- Trump, Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Bill Clinton all campaigned in the state this week.
Host Eric Boehm and special guest Nathan Benefield from the Harrisburg-based Commonwealth Foundation sit down to discuss the keys to the Keystone State. Can Trump win again or will Cruz be able to use the state's odd delegate rules to his favor, as he has done in other places. There are elements of the state's electorate that will give each Republican candidate reason to believe he can win there.
And with Republicans gaining more voters in recent years, is there anything that could turn Pennsylvania (which has backed every Democratic presidential candidate since 1988) into a red state in November?
Then, why is the EPA cracking down on amateur car racing in Texas and elsewhere?
All that, plus the Nanny State of the Week, on this edition of the Watchdog Podcast.