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Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, is suing the state of Texas; Two states suing the federal government; And a prominent Republican former Secretary of State Colin Powell, is lambasting the Republican Governor of North Carolina over that state's brand new voting requirements. The Reverend Al Sharpton joins Chris Hayes to talk about today's big developments.