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'Personhood' a key issue in midterm elections

msnbc.com — Hardball guest host Joy Reid talks to Susan Page and Nia-Malika Henderson about the issue of 'Personhood,' and how Democrats will likely attack Republicans over the issue as the midterm election race heats up.

Mississippi 'religious freedom' law faces business backlash

msnbc.com — A group of Mississippi businesses has a message for the gay and lesbian community: Buy our stuff.
'If you're buying, we're selling' - great slogan picked up by anti-discrimination businesses in Mississippi msnbc.com/msnbc/mississi…
RT @JamilSmith: Mississippi's "religious freedom"/LGBT discrimination law is facing a big backlash from businesses, per @AdamSerwer: http:/…
"A group of Mississippi businesses has a message for the gay and lesbian community: Buy our stuff." msnbc.com/msnbc/mississi…
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Obama demands House GOP vote on immigration reform

msnbc.com — Explore: Barack Obama, Bob Menendez, Chuck Schumer, Congress, Dick Durbin, Dream Act, Election 2014, Elections, Immigration Policy, Immigration Reform, Jeff Flake, John McCain, Latino Voters, Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio, Michael Bennet, Republicans and Senate
Obama demands House GOP vote on immigration reform on.msnbc.com/1qKYVZk via @benjysarlin

Could remote voting be in Congress' future?

msnbc.com — Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) joins Luke Russert to discuss a House resolution called MOBILE, which would allow members to vote remotely on suspension motions.
So much bro RT @JessEhrlich: Check out the impressive @RepSwalwell (D-CA-15) talk new political tech w/@LukeRussert msnbc.com/the-daily-rund…
RT @dailyrundown: Could remote voting be in Congress' future? @RepSwalwell & @LukeRussert discuss a House resolution called MOBILE: http://…
Or by emoji? / RT @LukeRussert: Should members of Congress be allowed to vote from home on their cellphones? on.msnbc.com/1ta9pDG
Teleworking gets new meaning RT @LukeRussert: Should members of Congress be allowed to vote from home on cellphones? bit.ly/1eRRN6d
Should members of Congress be allowed to vote from home on their cellphones? on.msnbc.com/1ta9pDG

Cliven Bundy is part of a long tradition: corporate mooching

msnbc.com — Bundy's supporters say the government is acting too aggressively in defending its interests. If that were true, corporations wouldn't get such a free ride.
RT @TimothyNoah1: Those grazing fees Cliven Bundy refuses to pay cover less than one-quarter of BLM's costs managing the program. http://t.…
Those grazing fees Cliven Bundy refuses to pay cover less than one-quarter of BLM's costs managing the program. msnbc.com/msnbc/are-we-n…

Uninsured rates drop faster in states embracing Obamacare: Study

msnbc.com — A new survey finds the uninsured rate dropped faster in states that implemented Medicaid expansion and set up exchanges than those that didn't.
RT @msnbc: Obamacare is actually working pretty well in states that have worked to fully implement it: onmsnbc.co/Nxs8fr http://t.co/Q…
RT @msnbc: New study shows the ACA is working better in states that have worked to fully implement the law. How: onmsnbc.co/Nxs8fr

Football and a flawed rape investigation

msnbc.com — The New York Times details the failures of a police investigation into a rape claim against a Heisman winner. Ari Melber talks to Faith Jenkins and Jessica Luther.
RT @scATX: Here is my segment from @thelastword >> on football and rape culture, re: the Jameis Winston case on.msnbc.com/1m8Th3K

CIA presence in Ukraine gives the wrong impression, senator warns

msnbc.com — The presence of CIA Director John Brennan in Kiev may give ammunition to those who see the United States as fighting a proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.
RT @allinwithchris: CIA presence in Ukraine gives the wrong impression, Senator Chris Murphy warns ow.ly/vSlLF #inners

Spring chill leading to summer scorcher?

msnbc.com — Abby Huntsman, Krystal Ball, discuss the extreme weather the nation has experienced and the prediction of some experts that the current spring chill could lead to an extra-hot summer.
You can't produce a spin @thecyclemsnbc, they just sort of happen, for better or worse: on.msnbc.com/1eAwlrF

Immigration hunger strike at White House rolls on

msnbc.com — College student Cynthia Diaz and two other immigration activists ended their hunger strike outside of the White House, but the #Not1More protest isn't over.
Immigration activist @CynthiaNot1More ended her hunger strike. My report on who's now in front of the @WhiteHouse: on.msnbc.com/1l4JNqF

Oklahoma bans city minimum wage hikes

msnbc.com — Oklahoma cities are now banned from raising their own minimum wages above the state level.
RT @msnbc: Oklahoma's governor just banned cities in OK from raising their own minimum wage past the state level: onmsnbc.co/5QKHJF
RT @AdamSerwer: Oklahoma bans city minimum wage hikes because $7.25 an hour is already too lavish on.msnbc.com/1h1xlj6
RT @AdamSerwer: Oklahoma bans city minimum wage hikes because $7.25 an hour is already too lavish on.msnbc.com/1h1xlj6
Oklahoma bans cities from creating their own minimum wages, because, you know, democracy! msnbc.com/msnbc/oklahoma… (h/t @AdamSerwer)
Oklahoma bans city minimum wage hikes because $7.25 an hour is already too lavish on.msnbc.com/1h1xlj6
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Barro: If you care about inequality, you should care about inflation

msnbc.com — Josh Barro details why it's important to pay attention to inflation, which he says is currently too low.
I give @jbarro credit for trying to explain monetary policy and the problem with lowflation on TV msnbc.com/the-cycle/watc…
Listen to @jbarro on @thecyclemsnbc: if you care about inequality, you should care about inflation on.msnbc.com/1r0Rb3y

Racist hate mail targets baseball great Hank Aaron

msnbc.com — Letters filled with racial epithets flooded the Atlanta Braves offices this week over Hall of Fame baseball hitter Hank Aaron's recent remarks on racism.
RT @msnbc: After speaking out about racism, baseball legend Hank Aaron received a slew of racist hate mail: onmsnbc.co/GZTacK

Republican says wage gap good for women

msnbc.com — Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly writes that women will benefit from marrying rich men and making less than their husbands. Jess McIntosh joins Alex Wagner.
RT @akmcquade: .@jess_mc life advice: "If a man doesn't want a woman to get equal pay for equal work, she should not marry him." http://t.c…
RT @msnbc: Phyllis Schlafly writes that women will benefit from marrying rich men and making less than their husbands: http://t.co/feoT85NQ…

Harvard University accepts a record number of black students

msnbc.com — Harvard's class of 2018 will be 12% black, the largest representation of that group in the university's history.
RT @msnbc: Harvard University accepts a record number of black students to the class of 2018: onmsnbc.co/qYnPbT
RT @msnbc: Harvard's class of 2018 will be 12% black, the largest representation of that group in the university’s history: http://t.co/top…