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  Why family of late N.J. senator still not supporting Cory Booker

Senate snub: Lautenberg family not supporting Booker

  Politico Playbook: "Family members of the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) said Monday they're backing Rep. Frank Pallone in the Aug. 13 Democratic primary to fill the seat -- and took a swipe at Newark Mayor Cory Booker while they were at it," writes Politico's Emily Schultheis. Mike Allen joins

A look back at Frank Lautenberg's 2002 comeback

  Steve Kornacki recounts a bit of New Jersey history and the late Frank Lautenberg's sweet Senate victory in 2002. Lautenberg wasn't at the top of anyone's shortlist to take Robert Torricelli's seat, but he got his "revenge and redemption" with a win and took office for his fourth term in 2003.

Pascrell: Lautenberg was ‘a true advocate of the people’

  Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., joins The Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd to talk about and remember the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg, discuss NJ Governor Chris Christie’s decision of who to appoint for Lautenberg’s position, and the latest on the IRS.

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NBC Politics: NJ Sen. Lautenberg dies at 89

Senator Frank Lautenberg dies at 89

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  Lautenberg's is 'a very American story of economic, social mobility'

The NOW panel talks about New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg's legacy as the Senator who took on issues dealing with alcohol, tobacco, and firearms and always gave back to the state, and country he loved.

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