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‘Moral Monday’ focused on voting rights

Activists joining the North Carolina NAACP's 12th "Moral Monday" rally are focusing on the legislation unveiled by Senate Republicans late last week that could give North Carolina one of the stricter voter ID laws in the nation. Full story

Does more need to be done on filibuster reform?

As Senate Republicans fought amongst themselves over filibuster reform, some of President Barack Obama's nominees for the National Labor Relations Board were able to go through. Ed Schultz discusses the future of the Senate and NLRB with Larry Cohen from the Communications Workers of America. Full story

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  Sen. Reid secures stunning victory for Democrats

Chris Hayes looks at the deal struck today in the Senate to confirm all seven of President Obama's stalled nominees.

  Reid threatens rules change in showdown over GOP filibuster abuse

John Stanton, Washington, D.C. bureau chief for Buzzfeed, talks with Rachel Maddow about Senator Harry Reid's latest threat to alter Senate rules to end the unprecedented filibustering by Senate Republicans that is preventing the confirmation of important President Obama nominees.

  Senate Republicans try to buy off their base

Chris Hayes discusses the Senate's Corker/Hoeven border security amendment with MSNBC's with Ezra Klein.

  Are Senate Republicans the key to making a new fiscal cliff deal?

Politico Playbook: "With Washington consumed by scandals this summer, the White House and GOP congressional leaders are slowly lurching toward a potential debt default or government shutdown this fall," write Politico's Manu Raju and John Bresnahan. Mike Allen joins Morning Joe to discuss.

  Senate Republicans urge Obama to make a decision on the Keystone Pipeline

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., shares his thoughts on the battle over the Keystone Pipeline and says, President Barack Obama keeps delaying his decision.

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