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Saturday's Show (April 21)

This morning Chris and his guests discussed collective efforts on climate change and how lawmakers in congress are responding. Plus, we look at the environmental recovery efforts, human costs, and government response to the BP oil spill two years later. Also, a discussion on the widening inequality gap in America and a proposed Farm Bill that would cut billions of dollars in food stamps from the budget.

Joining Chris were:

Christine Todd Whitman, former head of the Environmental Protection Agency and Republican governor of New Jersey from 1994 to 2001.

Sam Seder (@samseder), host of the Majority Report podcast.

Victoria DeFrancesco Soto (@drvmds), director of communications for Latino Decisions.

Bob Herbert (@bobherbert), senior fellow at Demos.

Antonia Juhasz (@antoniajuhasz), oil & energy analyst & activist and author of The Tyranny of Oil.

Paul Douglas (@pdouglasweather), meteorologist and founder of weathernation tv.

:: Blogged by Brett Brownell (@brettbrownell), Up w/ Chris Hayes web & video producer ::