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Wisconsin Gov. Walker making it harder to vote

07/26/11 08:00PM

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker already signed a bill that affects the voting rights of the poor. Now he's making it harder for them to vote at all. Democratic State Senator Lena Taylor and NAACP President Ben Jealous join Ed Schultz to discuss the... watch

Morning EDition: July 26, 2011

07/26/11 11:40AM

Not surprisingly, reaction to and analysis of last night's speeches dominate today's political news. In the actual economy, however, there is no shortage of stories suggesting we're still in trouble even if we do raise the debt ceiling. Here's today's Morning EDition:TODAYThe Senate debates the debt ceiling this... read more

Guest List, Monday 7/25

07/25/11 07:48PM

***Breaking news tonight with President Obama speaking from the East Room at 9pm about the ongoing debt ceiling debate-- with only 8 days until the U.S. government will default. We'll talk about what the President has to say and where we're headed as the countdown continues.***   Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Rep. Steve Israel (D... read more

Morning EDition: July 25, 2011

07/25/11 11:51AM

I'm back. Did I miss anything? Here's today's Morning EDition, reflecting, I'm sure, my attempt to play catch-up on the stuff I missed while I was off. Apologies in advance!TODAYWe are one week from the Aug. 2 deadline; keeping in mind we've already blown through the timeframe the president said was necessary to allow... read more

SEN. INHOFE'S OFFICE MOCKS HEAT WAVE, AFTER PEOPLE DIE IN HIS STATE

SEN. INHOFE'S OFFICE MOCKS HEAT WAVE, AFTER PEOPLE DIE IN HIS STATE

07/22/11 05:49PM

As Think Progress pointed out earlier today, Oklahoma City has seen 30 days this year with temperatures topping 100 degrees. The city normally has around 12 100 degree days every year. The number of heat related deaths in Oklahoma is now at 5 and with autopsies pending on 8 more cases that number could rise to 13. So... What does Oklahoma... read more

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