All In Agenda: The future of your health care

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By Rachel Simon
Patient Joan West (R) receives a check up from Dr. Lisa Vinci at University of Chicago Medicine Primary Care Clinic in Chicago June 28, 2012.
Patient Joan West (R) receives a check up from Dr. Lisa Vinci at University of Chicago Medicine Primary Care Clinic in Chicago June 28, 2012.
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Tonight on All In with Chris Hayes we’ll have the latest on the revolution underway in Egypt–the second in less than three years. Crowds in Tahrir Square erupted in celebration Wednesday evening as the military announced that it had ousted President Mohamed Morsi and suspended the constitution. As military forces roll through Cairo and fireworks explode above Tahrir Square, the future of the country’s leadership is far from clear.  Correspondent for Democracy Now!Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Josh Rogin, senior correspondent at Newsweek/The Daily Beast will join Chris Hayes to discuss the day’s dramatic developments.

We’ll also have an update on the diplomatic situation following Tuesday night’s diversion of the Bolivian president’s plane amid suspicions Edward Snowden was on board. President Evo Morales was allowed to leave Vienna Wednesday but Bolivian authorities have denounced the actions of the countries involved in rerouting the plane. Noah Shachtman, executive editor for News at Foreign Policy and fellow at the Brookings Institution, will join the table to talk about the international incident and the latest in the Snowden affair.

Plus: A growing number of American workers have to pay to get paid. Employers are foregoing traditional checks or direct deposit for prepaid debit cards which charge fees for everything from a simple withdrawal to a paper statement, and workers are not pleased. Chris Hayes will explain how these prepaid cards are the banks’ way of skirting regulations.


Later, Chris Hayes will delve into the news that the Obama administration is delaying the implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate, as well as the Republican resistance to the law’s expansion of Medicaid in several states. Avik Roy, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and former member of Mitt Romney’s Health Care Policy Advisory Group, Joan Walsh, Editor-at-Large for Salon and John McDonough, professor of public health practice at the Harvard School of Public Health, Director of the new HSPH Center for Public Health Leadership and former Executive Director of Health Care for All, will join the table to discuss what these latest roadblocks mean for healthcare expansion.

All In Agenda: The future of your health care

Updated