Tuesday night on All In with Chris Hayes: One of Republicans' favorite talking points about Obamacare is that new regulations are forcing people into part-time work. The September jobs report - released over two weeks late thanks to the government shutdown - refutes this idea. The number of part-time workers whose hours have been cut back or are unable to find a full-time job stayed constant last month at 7.9 million. Dean Baker, Co-Director of the Center for Economic & Policy Research, and Rep. Karen Bass, Democrat from California, will join Chris Hayes to debunk this GOP myth.
Progressive Activist and Columnist Sally Kohn will also join the table to talk about her successful experience signing up for Obamacare in New York. She wrote about her positive experience for FoxNews.com.
Plus: Republicans often talk about balancing the budget and reducing the country's debt for the sake of our children and grandchildren. Chris Hayes will explain why these ideas are actually bad for young people graduating into this economy and looking for work.
Later, Alexis Goldstein, Communications Director at The Other 98%, and Ed Conard, former partner at Bain Capital, will join Chris Hayes to talk about the record $13 billion settlement between the DOJ and JP Morgan over the bank's wrongdoing in the lead up to the 2008 financial crisis.