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Alison Lundergan Grimes, who is running for Secretary of State in Kentucky, speaks at the 131th annual Fancy Farm Picnic, Aug, 6, 2011 in Fancy Farm, Ky. (Photo by Daniel R. Patmore/AP)

Alison Lundergan Grimes: The anti-Ashley Judd?

07/03/13 10:20AM

The easiest way to describe Alison Lundergan Grimes, the relatively unknown Kentucky secretary of state who announced this week she will take on Mitch McConnell in what could be next year’s marquee Senate campaign, is that she is the anti-Ashley Judd. read more

1986: Why Bill Clinton signed DOMA

1986: Why Bill Clinton signed DOMA

06/30/13 09:00AM

Steve Kornacki and the Up panel speculate about what pushed Bill Clinton to sign DOMA, why he hoped the Supreme Court would overturn it in 2013, and his complicated legacy on the issue. watch

Voting past racial, party lines

Voting past racial, party lines

06/30/13 08:27AM

The Huffington Post's Amanda Terkel, Sen. Mo Cowan, D-Mass., The Nation’s Ari Berman, and The Advancement Project’s Donita Judge discuss how politics should evolve past racial trends and stereotypes in the wake of the Supreme Court decision on the... watch

What it would take to fix Voting Rights

What it would take to fix Voting Rights

06/30/13 08:16AM

HuffingtonPost Amanda Terkel, Sen. Mo Cowan (D-Mass.), The Nation’s Ari Berman, and The Advancement Project’s Donita Judge talk about how the Supreme Court decision could be a "clarion call" to fix discrimination when it comes to the voting process. watch

Will GOP act to restore Voting Rights?

Will GOP act to restore Voting Rights?

06/30/13 08:00AM

MSNBC's Steve Kornacki talks about the Supreme Court's Voting Rights Act decision and how Congress could act to bring it back online and remove racial prejudice from the voting process. HuffingtonPost's Amanda Terkel, Sen. Mo Cowan (D-Mass.), The... watch

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