*** Monday’s Jansing & Co. line-up: Lynn Sweet, Chicago Sun-Times, E.J Dionne Brookings Institution, Washington Post Columnist; Rep. Adam Schiff , (D) California; Ezekiel Emanuel , University of Pennsylvania and MSNBC Contributor; Keith Boykin, BET Columnist, Democratic Strategist; Alice Stewart , GOP Strategist and Radio Talk Show Host, Fmr. Campaign Press Secretary For Santorum for President; Evan Kohlmann, Sr. Partner, Flashpoint Global Partners & NBC News Terrorism Analyst
*** Monday’s “NOW with Alex Wagner” line-up: Irin Carmon, National Reporter, MSNBC.com, Reproductive Justice Visiting Fellow, Information Society Project (@irin), Josh Barro, Politics Editor at Business Insider (@jbarro), Richard Wolffe, Executive Editor, msnbc.com/msnbc Political Analyst (@richardwolffedc), Ezra Klein, The Washington Post/msnbc Policy Analyst (@ezraklein), Luke Russert , Chuck Todd, Ron Allen.
*** Monday’s “MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts” line-up: MSNBC’s Mara Schiavocampo fills in for Thomas Roberts. Her guests include: Rep. Diane Black (R-TN), Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and NBC Political Director Chuck Todd on the countdown to a government shutdown. Gov. Lincoln Chafee (I-RI) will discuss how states are bracing for Obamacare. VoteVets.Org Chairman Jon Soltz joins to talk about what Obamacare means for the nation’s vets. Freedom to Marry President Evan Wolfson will discuss a judge ordering NJ to allow same-sex marriages in the state. And Today’s Agenda Panel includes: National Journal’s Jill Lawrence, MSNBC Contributor James Peterson and ThinkProgress.org’s Igor Volsky.
*** Monday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: Joining Andrea will be the White House’s Dan Pfeiffer, Jason Chaffetz, Chris Van Hollen, Gary Samore, as well as NBC’s Chuck Todd, Kelly O’Donnell and Luke Russert, Tom Costello, Craig Melvin, John Yang, and Pete Williams.
*** Monday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: Sen. Jon Tester, Rep. David Cicilline, The Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff, American Action Forum president and former Mccain economis advisor Doug Holtz-Eakin, Time’s Bobby Ghosh, and Reuters columnist Zachary Karabell.