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Restrictive voting rights win in NC

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In Trenders, Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses 2016, while Mo'ne Davis shows off her fast pitch to Philly fans. Michael Eric Dyson and Allison Riggs discuss North Carolina Court's decision on voting rights.

Fighting for voting rights in OH and WI

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Democrats take the fight for voting rights to the court, trying to defend the ability for all individuals a few months ahead of the midterms. Ed Schultz and State Sen. Nina Turner, candidate for Sec. of State in Ohio, discuss.

Why Ohio is ground zero for voting rights

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Ohio Democratic State Rep. Alicia Reese is calling for a constitutional amendment to protect access to the ballot box in her state. Reese speaks to Chris Matthews about how the voter laws affect African Americans and ...

Holder calls on Congress to protect voting

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Rev. Al Sharpton weighs in on Attorney General Eric Holder’s comments on Tuesday, when he asked Congress to pass new voting rights legislation.

Legal battle waged against GOP war on voting

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Donita Judge, staff attorney for the Advancement Project, talks with Rachel Maddow about the legal battle in North Carolina to prevent the implementation of new voting laws through a provision in what remains of the Voting Rights Act.

In court with North Carolina’s voting law

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Chris Hayes talks to the leader of the Moral Monday movement, Rev. William Barber, about what's considered the toughest voting law in the nation.

Nina Turner’s fight for voting rights

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A Republican attempt to manipulate the vote has been extremely clear in the state of Ohio. Ed Schultz visits with candidate for Secretary of State Nina Turner, who's fighting to save the right to vote.

Lawmakers shrug off need for Voting Rights Act

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A year after the Supreme Court effectively gutted the Voting Rights Act, and charged Congress with fixing it, lawmakers from the Republican party are questioning whether the law is needed. Plus, a farewell to Politics Nation's web producer!

Voting Rights Act ruling, one year later

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A year after the Supreme Court gutted one of the most important provisions of the Voting Rights, Rev. Al Sharpton makes a call for all those who support voting rights to stand up against those who are pushing a voter suppression in this new unchecked landscape.

Women’s voting clout forces rights issues

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Rachel Maddow highlights the role of women's reproductive rights in the 2014 elections, particularly in Colorado, where the Republican senate candidate, Cory Gardner's, support for personhood is being used against him by the Democrat, Mark Udall.

Women’s voting power changes candidate’s mind

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Ari Melber exposes Colorado Senate candidate Cory Gardner's complete reversal of position on reproductive rights, from openly supporting personhood to writing a newspaper op-ed in favor of women's access to the pill.

Judge protects early voting in Ohio

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In Trenders, a pile of snow keeps the NY Rangers' Stanley Cup dreams alive, while Senate Republicans sink Warren's Student Loan Bill. Michael Eric Dyson and Dr. James Peterson discuss early voting in Ohio.

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