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    Florida's lessons on gun reform

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  • 'Please show up for survivors': Victims of gun violence speak out

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  • Senate debates new gun safety reforms after a decade of inaction

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  • Texas Republican leaders blame Uvalde shooting on everything except guns

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  • Texas lawmaker demands gun reform: 'The body pile is high enough'

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  • Frank Figliuzzi on Uvalde shooting: 'I can't understand' why police waited

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  • COVID-19 cases are rising as Memorial Day weekend approaches

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  • Haiti’s debt to France linked to large numbers of Haitian migrants at U.S. border

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  • 'Negotiating in public’: Jan. 6 panel pushes back on DOJ request for transcripts

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  • Which Republican lawmakers led tours of the Capitol on Jan. 5?

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  • Stopping the plot to steal future elections

    04:55
  • Superstar Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin discusses new book

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  • Advocate says Title 42 shows what kind of nation we are trying to become

    05:48
  • Experts say formula shortage has been slow rolling crisis as emergency formula arrives to U.S.

    04:20
  • Why the Jan. 6 panel has yet to subpoena Ginni Thomas

    04:27
  • Primary race for Georgia Governor testing Trump’s sway over GOP

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  • How Democrats can win big on abortion rights

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  • Breaking down Oklahoma’s new abortion law

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  • Inside the 'Tucker Carlson Syndrome' infecting American minds

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  • The GOP’s war on reproductive freedom undermines American democracy

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Women, mothers facing brunt of pandemic’s economic toll

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The Coronavirus pandemic continues to push women, and in particular women with younger children, out of the work force. MSNBC’s "American Voices” host Alicia Menendez speaks with Supermajority co-founder Cecile Richards and soon-to-be Executive Director Amanda Brown Lierman about how the Biden-Harris administration should factor women in their Covid-19 recovery efforts, and how the women’s movement can expand.