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New rules could limit Moral Monday protests

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Chris Hayes looks into a set of rules designed to make it harder for people to protest inside North Carolina's State House.

UN: Homs deal could be replicated

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The deal between the Syrian government and opposition to turn the long-contested city of Homs over to Assad forces has “the potential of actually be replicated elsewhere,” Yacoub El Hillo, the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator in Syria, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday. "Homs is an experiment that needs to be studied carefully, he said. “I think it’s always the case when Syrians are able to sit together, and agree to discuss the problem – and it’s a big one – there is always a possibility of reaching a solution.” After a brutal three-year siege, residents of Homs are returning to utter devastation. Homs was ground zero in the revolution, but the government won back the city last week, when it offered to bus the rebels out with the government looking on. “At the end of the day there is no victor, no winner. This cost of this conflict is too high for anyone to claim victory, frankly speaking.” But it is critical to stem the killing and return some normalcy to civilians, he said. “I think there is a lot that can be drawn from the Homs experiment. And I do hope that the Syrians – because after all this is a Syrian-Syrian affair – they will choose to see if this can be applied elsewhere.” Click above to watch Amanpour’s full interview with El Hillo.

Famous zoo could lose funding increase

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Chris Hayes talks with Mayor Michael Coleman of Columbus, Ohio about the Koch Brothers getting involved in a local zoo's tax levy.

Obamacare saving lives, but could save more

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A new study finds that the law used as a basis for the Affordable Care Act helped reduce mortality significantly in Massachusetts. There are already signs the ACA is starting to save lives nationwide, but it could be doing more if not for GOP obstructionism. Rev. Sharpton explains how.

Keystone approval could bypass the W.H.

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Tamron Hall talks to NBC’s Mark Murray, about new legislation in the Senate that could bypass the White House to approval the Keystone pipeline.

Tea Party foil could ultimately help Democrat

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Kasie Hunt, NBC News political producer, talks with Steve Kornacki about the politics at play in North Carolina's midterm election, in which Democrats are hoping the right-wing Tea Party candidate wins the GOP primary and alienates general election voters.

Why newest nation could become the bloodiest

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Fears of all-out civil war in the world’s newest country, South Sudan, are at an all-time high a week after rebels slaughtered at least 400 people in the town of Bentiu. “This is the newest country in the world, and it threatens to become one of the bloodiest countries in the world,” David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee, told CNN’s Paula Newton on Wednesday. A scant three years ago, the country was full of jubilation as it celebrated its independence from Sudan after an internationally brokered referendum. That changed last year, when the president of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, accused his former vice president of planning a coup; Riek Machar is now the president’s nemesis and a rebel leader. Conflict between rival groups broke out in December, as a political power struggle erupted into violence. More than a million have fled their homes in what was already, one of the world's poorest nations. “It’s large-scale, it’s random, and it is afflicting the whole country,” Miliband said. “The danger of genocidal killings is very real.”

Obama could drastically expand drug clemency

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Rachel Maddow discusses President Obama’s recent promise to extend clemency to potentially hundreds of drug offenders currently serving harsh sentences, and the overhaul to the presidential pardoning process that will precede it.

Why ‘Tax Day’ could be so much easier

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Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama both support a plan to allow the IRS to auto-prepare taxes - but industry advocates are standing in the way.

Could Jeb Bush win a Republican primary?

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Ari Melber talks to his panel about Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, R-Fl., dipping his toes into the 2016 waters - and why his recent statement on immigration could hurt his chances.

Could New Jersey be next to legalize pot?

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Sen. Nicholas Scutari (D-NJ) joins Tamron Hall to talk about a new bill he says will introduce millions of dollars in tax revenue and save millions more by legalizing recreational pot use in New Jersey.

Russia could invade Ukraine 12 hours after order, says NATO commander

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Russian troops could invade Ukraine within 12 hours of getting an order, General Philip Breedlove, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday. “It’s my opinion that they could move within 12 hours of a go,” General Breedlove said from NATO headquarters in Brussels. “So essentially they could move right away if given the go.” General Breedlove said that there are now 40,000 Russian troops massed on Ukraine’s eastern border. But even that number, he said, doesn’t tell the full story. “This is a combined-arms army, with all of the pieces necessary should there be a choice to make an incursion into Ukraine,” he said. Forces are “supported by fixed-wing aircraft [airplanes], rotary aircraft [helicopters] – all of the logistics required in order to successfully make an incursion if they needed.”

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