Since George Zimmerman claimed to have shot and killed teen Trayvon Martin in self-defense, controversy has swirled around Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law. Nevada legislators passed a similar law last year, saying it would help protect citizens. But some critics say the law would open the door to more shootings, and people abusing it for their defense. Experts weigh in. What do you think?
What degree of protection should neighborhood watch groups have? How have local watch groups changed their policies since the Treyvon Martin incident? To what degree can we protect our homes and families? Are we allowed to shoot first, and ask questions later? What laws apply in Nevada? A police official and neighborhood watch captains join us to discuss. And we want to hear from you.
The Florida primary will be yet another decisive turn in the Republican nominating process and whatever the result, the candidates will be looking to the Nevada caucuses this Saturday. Conservative activist Chuck Muth and New York-based journalist McKay Coppins join us to discuss what they've seen so far and what they're looking for in the coming days.
The conventional wisdom is that Mitt Romney is unbeatable after he takes the New Hampshire primary. So what will happen after New Hampshire? Two more primaries are scheduled in South Carolina and Florida before the action finally comes to the Nevada caucuses.