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Detroit's war on water

Detroit's war on water

06/27/14 02:42PM

Thousands in Detroit may lose access to water due to a new initiative that targets those who have not paid their water bills. Steve Pardo of The Detroit News joins to discuss the controversy. watch

Virginia GOP fights Medicaid expansion

Virginia GOP fights Medicaid expansion

06/27/14 02:12PM

Jeff Schapiro, a columnist at The Richmond Times Dispatch, joins Krystal Ball to discuss the controversy surrounding Medicaid expansion in Virginia, including how some Republicans entered the governor’s office while he was away in an attempt to impact... watch

SCOTUS ruling dooms abortion clinic “buffers”

SCOTUS ruling dooms abortion clinic “buffers”

06/26/14 03:44PM

The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Massachusetts law ensuring abortion clinic buffer zones between patients and protestors may have a wider impact nationwide. Msnbc.com national reporter Irin Carmon and executive social editor of Mic.com,... watch

Is the recess appointment ruling a setback?

Is the recess appointment ruling a setback?

06/26/14 02:09PM

Sahil Kapur, senior Congressional reporter for Talking Points Memo, and msnbc contributor and opinion writer for The Washington post, Jonathan Capehart, join Joy Reid to discuss how the Supreme Court decision on recess appointments will impact President O watch

US advances to knockout round

US advances to knockout round

06/26/14 02:00PM

NBC’s Katy Tur and retired American soccer player Judah Cooks join Joy Reid to discuss why the U.S. will advance to round 16 despite their loss against Germany. watch

Senate holds hearing on Voting Rights Act

Senate holds hearing on Voting Rights Act

06/25/14 02:42PM

Some Republicans have shown little interest in the new bill that would reduce restrictions blocking minority voting. Rep. Marcia Fudge, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, and Linda Sanchez, second vice chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, j watch

The true power of minority voters

The true power of minority voters

06/25/14 02:31PM

Zachary Roth, msnbc.com national reporter, and Sherrilyn Ifill, president and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, join Joy Reid to discuss how Thad Cochran’s victory may affect minority voters’ ability to influence elections. watch

The battle for Harlem and Mississippi

The battle for Harlem and Mississippi

06/25/14 02:01PM

NBC’s Ron Allen and Slate staff writer Jamelle Bouie join Joy Reid to discuss the Mississippi senate runoff and New York’s 13th district primary election, which is still contested as Rangel claims victory. watch

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