All In Agenda: Where is Washington at the border?

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By msnbc staff

1. As the crisis at the border intensifies, Washington becomes more polarized over how to proceed. “Deport these families, these children,” said Congressman Raul Labrador (R-ID) on Sunday’s Meet the Press. Joining All In to discuss are Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez and Leslie Holman, President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

2. On Thursday, a 15-year-old American citizen from Tampa was allegedly beaten and detained by Israeli police. Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York, Linda Sarsour, and spokesman for Americans for Peace Now, Ori Nir, will discuss rising tensions in Israel and the occupied territories. 

3. Civil rights groups in North Carolina showed up to a hearing that began Monday to halt a highly restrictive voting rights law from taking effect before this fall. North Carolina NAACP President Rev. Dr. William Barber joins All In to discuss the day’s events.

4. In a June interview with Times columnist Thomas Friedman, President Obama made this comment: “There is no doubt that if we burned all the fossil fuel that’s in the ground right now that the planet’s going to get too hot and the consequences could be dire.” Is this the beginning of a call to action for keeping fossil fuels in the ground? Environmental correspondent at The Nation Mark Hertsgaard joins Chris Hayes to discuss.

All In Agenda: Where is Washington at the border?

Updated