All In Agenda: FLOTUS’ healthy initiative controversial?

By msnbc staff

1. On Thursday, there were bipartisan calls in the House and Senate for Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to step down. Should he? Joining Chris Hayes to discuss are Connecticut Rep. Jim Hines, and Co-Founder & Chair of VoteVets.org, Jon Soltz.

2. A bill making its way through the North Carolina legislature right now will make it a crime to disclose the contents of fracking fluid used for drilling. Chris Hayes is joined by North Carolina Rep. Pricey Harrison to discuss the implications of keeping this information a secret.

3. On Monday, President Obama is expected to announce his plans to cut carbon emissions from the country’s coal-fired power plants by up to 20 percent. Republican Strategist Steve Schmidt joins All In.

4. Why is Michelle Obama’s initiative to get Americans to eat healthier so controversial? NYU Professor of Nutrition, Marion Nestle, MSNBC host Karen Finney and MSNBC Contributor, Josh Barro join Chris Hayes to explain.

All In Agenda: FLOTUS' healthy initiative controversial?