1. Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson is waging a lawsuit aimed at keeping a frack water supply tower out of his backyard. His co-plaintiff? Tea Party lobbyist Dick Armey. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Col., and Josh Fox, director and producer of Gasland and Gasland 2 joins All In to discuss.
2. ”If I were Vladimir Putin, I would be little bit nervous” about the unrest in Ukraine, Sen. John McCain said Sunday on CBS’s Face the Nation. Tonight on All In, we’re taking a look at McCain’s positions in past foreign policy crises. Mark Quarterman, the Director of Research at the Center for American Progress, discusses.
3. Jon Frankel of HBO’s Real Sports investigated the NRA’s marketing of shooting sports to children. He joins All In tonight.
4. A pharmacist in Tennessee who refused to sell Plan B birth control over religious objections is suing Walgreens, his former employer. From The Tennessean:
Phillip Hall was fired in August by his store manager because he was unwilling to sell a drug he found “sinful and repugnant to his sincerely held religious beliefs,” according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Nashville.
5. A group of Arizona lawmakers who voted for the state’s anti-gay bill are thinking it’s giving the state an image problem – and now they’re urging Gov. Jan Brewer to oppose it. Arizona State Senate President Steve Pierce is on tonight’s show.