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Sunday on MTP: Fort Hood Shooting, Money in Politics, Obamacare’s Future

An unidentified soldier holds flowers dropped off at Fort Hood's main gate for shooting victims, Thursday, April 3, 2014, in Fort Hood, Texas. A soldier opened fire Wednesday on fellow service members at the Fort Hood military base, killing three people and wounding 16 before committing suicide. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) ASSOCIATED PRESS

This Sunday on MTP:

Fort Hood

What does the latest shooting reveal about the mental health needs for American soldiers? Is the military doing enough to support? We'll talk with Admiral Michael Mullen, Fmr. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Big Money in Politics

In a landmark case, the Supreme Court struck down the overall limit to how much money individuals can spend in an election cycle. Is this the best solution? A “Meet the Press” debate with the man who brought the case to the court, Shaun McCutcheon, and president of Public Citizen Robert Weissman.

MTP Political Roundtable

The White House announced this week that Obamacare has hit its enrollment target— what does this mean for the law’s future? How will the recent Supreme Court ruling on campaign finance affect future elections? Our roundtable weighs in: Kathleen Parker, Washington Post Columnist; John E. Sununu, Fmr. New Hampshire Senator (R) and Boston Globe Contributor; Fmr. Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. (D-TN); and Steve Case, Fmr. Chairman & CEO of America Online.

“Flash Boys”

His new book, Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, has sparked controversy by claiming the stock market is ‘rigged.’ Michael Lewis reacts to the criticism and explains the reasoning behind his theories.

Barack Obama

Meeting America

NBC's Kevin Tibbles travels to the transfer station where the Keystone pipeline and Cushing Extension would connect—Steele City, Nebraska, where there are hopes for a boost in the economy and jobs, but at what cost?