The Monday Edition


Highlights Include:

Part One:

* Legal Quagmire. Election troubles have led to court battles in several key states. And it's only going to get worse after tomorrow's vote.
* Alabama Segregation Ballot. Voters could choose to strike racist, segregation-era language from the state constitution, but that would also strike the right to public education.

Part Two:

* Pot Ballot Initiative. We speak to a former Republican US attorney who wants recreational marijuana use legalized in Washington state.
* Email: SuperPACs. Your votes have been cast. AIH listeners share their thoughts about Super PAC super funding of the US elections.

Part Three:

* G20 Clayton Ruby. The Toronto lawyer takes an Ontario police agency to court because he believes it has failed to deal with public complaints.
* Kenya Deputy Speaker. The country prepares for presidential elections, but both leading presidential candidates have been indicted for crimes against humanity.

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