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Wyoming, the first state with women voting

Wyoming, the first state with women voting

07/02/14 09:46AM

In this week’s #TDR50 Chuck Todd looks at Wyoming with University of Wyoming professor Renee Laegreid, to discuss why the state’s frontier helped it become the first territory and first state to grant women the right to vote. watch

The continuing crisis on the border

The continuing crisis on the border

07/02/14 09:34AM

Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, joins Chuck Todd to discuss the U.S.-Mexico border crisis including President Obama’s upcoming request for two billion dollars to help deal with the crisis. watch

Push for Obama to extend the DREAM Act

Push for Obama to extend the DREAM Act

07/02/14 09:01AM

Immigrant rights groups are pushing President Obama to extend his executive order on the DREAM act. The Wall Street Journal’s Dante Chinni and USA Today’s Susan Page join Chuck Todd to discuss. watch

Wyoming Gov: Coal a 'valuable energy source'

Wyoming Gov: Coal a 'valuable energy source'

07/01/14 09:39AM

Revenue from coal has been the lifeblood of Wyoming for decades. But in recent years, coal, and specifically the power plants they support, are under pressure from the federal government. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead joins to discuss. watch

Political implications of Hobby Lobby ruling

Political implications of Hobby Lobby ruling

07/01/14 09:19AM

While the majority of Supreme Court justices seemed to go out of their way to issue a narrow ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, the political implications of the decision may be much greater. John Feehery, Amy Howe and Bob Bauer join Chuck Todd to discuss. watch

Faith in US institutions at all-time low

Faith in US institutions at all-time low

06/30/14 09:47AM

Charles Lewis, founder of the Center for Public Integrity, speaks to Chuck Todd about the steady erosion of the public's trust in American institutions including the federal government, large corporations and the news media. watch

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