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Could $10.10 fix poverty and the gender gap?

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New report proves raising the minimum wage would fix the gender gap, yet the GOP still fights the bill. Ed Schultz, Zerlina Maxwell and Angela Rye discuss.

GOP’s ‘poor logic’ on inner city poverty

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Rep. Al Sharpton is joined by Rep. Emanuel Cleaver and Karen Finney to discuss Rep. Paul Ryan’s latest comments on poverty in the inner cities of America.

2014: The year the GOP cares about poverty

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Chris Hayes talks about the minimum wage with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Republicans and the War on Poverty

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Fifty years ago, Democratic President Lyndon Johnson announced his ambitious anti-poverty agenda (which included a little program called Medicare); 50 years later, Republicans are still attacking it. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Jared Bernstein.

The war on the “War on Poverty”

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Republicans like Marco Rubio are wrong when they claim Lyndon Johnson's historic effort on behalf of the poor was a failure

What can the ‘War on Poverty’ accomplish?

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Chris and his guests discuss fighting poverty in an economy that creates a staggering number of low income jobs and too much inequality.

Conservatives claim ‘War on Poverty’ failed

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Marco Rubio argued Wednesday that the fact that so many Americans remain in poverty proves that the “War on Poverty” has been lost. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., and Michael Tomasky discuss.

Where the ‘War on Poverty’ went wrong

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Washington DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton and Rev. Jesse Jackson talk about where LBJ’s “War on Poverty” got sidetracked, and how to get it back on track.

A new strategy to fight the war on poverty?

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Rep. James Clyburn explains where Americans stand in the war on poverty.

How many Republicans have poverty solutions?

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Only six Republican senators voted in favor of advancing legislation to expand unemployment insurance. Joy Reid and the NOW guests examine which members of the Republican Party actually have economic solutions for fighting poverty.

The GOP’s ‘poverty agenda’

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Why do so many Republicans still want to end unemployment benefits and deprive poor people?

Blaming the poor for their poverty

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Chris and his panel look at the debate over the idea that poverty is an issue of personal responsibility.

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