Citations for the May 19, 2015 TRMS

Links for the Maddow Show
Links for the Maddow Show

Tonight's guests:

  • Sergeant Patrick Swanton, public information officer for the Waco, TX Police Department
  • Paul Hammel, Lincoln bureau chief of the Omaha World-Herald

Tonight's links:

Hillary Clinton Campaign Begins Drafting Policy Solutions To Heroin Epidemic

Hillary Clinton Calls For Criminal Justice Reforms, End to 'Mass Incarceration'

In Iowa, Hillary vows to fight 'drug epidemic'

Hillary Clinton to travel to Florida, Texas and Missouri

Pence expected to announce his 2016 re-election bid during INDGOP Spring Dinner

Tully: Can we afford another four years of Mike Pence?

Uproar Over Religious Freedom Law Trips Up Indiana's Governor

Mike Pence Is Either Lying or Deluded About Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Law

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence scrambles to 'clarify' new religious freedom law

Yelp CEO rips Indiana 'religious freedom' law

Angie's List halts expansion over Indiana's religious freedom law

Poll: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's Approval Rating Plunges After 'Religious Freedom' Law

Indiana hires PR firm to repair damage from 'religious freedom' law

Bobby Jindal: I’m Holding Firm Against Gay Marriage

Louisiana's religious freedom bill effectively defeated in committee

Bobby Jindal plans to issue an executive order enforcing intent of religious freedom bill

SMOR Louisiana May 2015 Poll (pdf)

April 20, 2015 - Christie Must Go If He Knew Of Bridgegate, New Jersey Voters Tell Quinnipiac University Poll; Governor Gets Lowest Grades Ever

Texas police seek gang truce, end of bloodshed after deadly brawl

Gov. Ricketts Announces Purchase of Death Penalty Drugs

Nebraska paid $54,400 for execution drugs

Nebraska has purchased drugs necessary for lethal injections, Gov. Ricketts says

Death penalty repeal headed to final vote in Nebraska

Duke Energy Agrees to Pay $102 Million for Breaches

NC regulators shielded Duke's coal ash pollution

U.S. attorney still investigating N.C. agency in coal-ash probe