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Nina Turner’s future hotter than ever

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Though Ohio State Sen. Nina Turner lost her race to be Ohio’s secretary of state, she remains one of the rising stars of the Democratic Party. Turner speaks with Melissa Harris-Perry about what she will be up to next and why she hopes to defeat Ohio’s abortion bill.