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Co-founder of Ben & Jerry's is stamping the money out of politics

  Ben Cohen of Ben and Jerry's is out on the road raising public awareness to bring down Citizens United. Tonight Ed talks to Ben to hear about their campaign to "stamp" money out of politics.

Why the IRS scandal makes a case for campaign finance reform

  The Cycle hosts talk to Rep. Peter Welch about the IRS scandal and why the need for campaign finance reform in the aftermath of the Citizens United case is part of the larger narrative of this scandal.

Scandals rock the Obama administration

  The Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman and NBC’s Chuck Todd join Morning Joe to discuss the IRS scandal and the DOJ’s decision to subpoena phone records of AP journalists.  Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., calls the intrusion “outrageous.”

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  There are two IRS scandals: one you've heard of and one you haven't

Chris Hayes talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston and Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota about the lesser-known IRS scandal that started with the Citizens United decision.

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