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Programming notes

*** Thursday’s “Daily Rundown” line-up: Sequester standoff strategy with former Sen. John Breaux (D-LA) and former Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA)… Deep Dive into the Chinese hacking charges with The Atlantic’s James Fallows… Plus NBC’s Kristen Welker, Clinton 2008 Campaign Manager Patti Solis Doyle and Michelle Bernard of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics and Public Policy join the Gaggle.

*** Thursday’s “Jansing & Co.” line-up: MSNBC’s Chris Jansing interviews Rep. Adam Schiff, Chris Frates and Michael Crowley on the impending sequestration and on gun control, including a new battle of the ads. The New York Times, Catherine Rampell discusses her latest article on what a college degree means in this economy. Strategists Andy Dean and Chris Kofinis talk about some turnarounds in Obama's health care. Jared Bernstein with his take on the effect of the minimum wage. Plus Olympic wrestling coach Dan Gable with the one thing that the US and Iran have in common.

*** Thursday’s “MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts” line-up: MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts interviews Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) on the political game of chicken over the sequester, immigration reform and FL Governor Rick Scott’s Obamacare move.  Rev. Jesse Jackson discusses his son’s legal battles and the battle over gun control.  CNBC’s Suze Orman and RI Gov. Lincoln Chafee discuss the cost of “marriage inequality.”  And Founder of One Million Moms for Gun Control Shannon Watts reveals why taking “gun control” out of the name of her group.

*** Thursday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” line-up: NBC’s Andrea Mitchell interviews Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), The New Yorker’s Dexter Filkins, NBC Terror Analyst Michael Leiter and The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza and Nia-Malika Henderson.

*** Thursday’s “News Nation with Tamron Hall” line-up: MSNBC’s Tamron Hall interviews Jonathan Alter, former Gov. Ed Rendell, Roll Call’s Shira Toeplitz, Time’s Jim Frederick, and The National Journal’s Alex Roarty.