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All In Agenda: Should we socialize law?

All In Agenda for Wednesday, February 5.

1. A bunch of outlets are reporting that the Congressional Budget Office says Obamacare will result in 2.3 million lost jobs. They are wrong. Joining Chris Hayes to tell you why they are wrong are Publisher of The Federalist, Ben Domenech, and Senior Fellow at Media Matters, Ben Boehlert.

2. According to new data released by the New Jersey based housing organization, Fair Share Housing Center, 80% of residents who were initially rejected by a Louisiana-based company for housing grants, won their appeals. President of the Housing & Community Development Network of New Jersey, Staci Berger, joins Chris Hayes to discuss Wednesday's revelation.

3. Chris Hayes sits down with Senior Editor at the New Republic, Noam Scheiber, to discuss his recent piece: "The Case for Socialized Law | Inequality has bent American justice. Here's a radical way to fix it." 

4. CVS announced on Wednesday that it will no longer sell cigarettes. The war on tobacco is being won. Joining Chris Hayes to discuss are Professor of Public interest Law at George Washington University, John Banzhaf, President of Demos, Heather McGhee, and Host of "Majority Report with Sam Seder," Sam Seder