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>> msnbc analyst michael eric when warfarin is well managed. dyson, criminal defense attorney no routine blood monitoring karen desocietdesoto. means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, "the rachel maddow show" starts rite now. taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, thanks to you for joining us bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. this hour. they held a party today in texas. 5,000 people turning out on do not stop taking xarelto® rivaroxaban their lunch hours in austin. without talking to the doctor who prescribes it for you. look at this. outside the state capitol in the baking july heat. stopping may increase your risk of having a stroke. get medical help right away if you develop any signs or symptoms of bleeding, they had dancesing and music like unusual bruising or tingling. including from natalie maines from the dixie chicks and a band you may have a higher risk of bleeding called the bright light social if you take xarelto® with aspirin products, hour did a song that went on for nsaids or blood thinners. at least four minutes and talk to your doctor before taking xarelto® contained a single word, wendy. ♪ wendy, wendy, wendy if you currently have abnormal bleeding. xarelto® can cause bleeding, which can be serious, that would be wendy as in wendy davis. the texas democratic state and rarely may lead to death. senator who last week you are likely to bruise more easily on xarelto®, filibustered an antiabortion and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. bill in texas until the clock ran out on the special session. tell your doctors you are taking xarelto® and even though texas' majority before any planned medical or dental procedures. republicans are back again this week as of today trying to pass before starting xarelto®, tell your doctor that same bill, the scene about any conditions, such as kidney, liver
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or bleeding problems. outside the texas state capitol ready to change your routine? in austin today, at least for ask your doctor about once-a-day xarelto®. opponents of that bill, it was kind of a party today. it was kind of a party. for more information including cost support options, a righteous texas party in the call 1-888-xarelto or visit goxarelto.com. heat. thousands of people on the steps of the state capitol spilling out onto the capitol grounds. inside the capitol, inside the legislature, so everybody could see what they were doing with that bill, the legislature opened a live feed of the house debate. it worked fine. the live feed of the senate did not work fine. you could not really hear what the texas senate was saying. the crazy thing about it was how back in 2003, the much many people complained about beloved singer and actress that on youtube because people were online trying to watch the barbra streisand filed a lawsuit. she decided to sue a group texas state senate. a lot of people were online called the california coastal trying to watch. records project. they got really annoyed when the feed didn't work. the california coastal records so everybody was complaining all project documents erosion on the over youtube and all the rest. california coast by taking in politics, now, with congress pictures and posting them online. it's not super controversial unable to do even the most basic activity, but barbra streisand's home happened to be on the things they say they want to do like keeping the interest rates california coast in an area they were documenting erosion and she on student loans from doubling really did not want people to
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today like they did, our country see pictures of her house on right now with only a few this group's website. exceptions, really the political so she filed a lawsuit to force action that counts has shifted the group to take down the over to the states. there isn't very much action in picture of her house. she sued them initially for $50 washington most days. there's a lot of it in the states. million. the group fought the lawsuit and and if you live in a blue state not only did they win the like colorado or rhode island, lawsuit, and not only was barbra that means right now you're streisand ordered to pay the group's legal fees, but her getting gun reform laws and marriage equality laws and all attempt to make this one picture sorts of stuff like that. of her house disappear from the if you are in a red state, you internet totally backfired. are getting new restrictions on abortion. instead of making the knphoto there are not bipartisan results in the states. disappear, she drew a ton of there isn't any consensus fwo b attention to it. before she filed her lawsuit, this image had been downloaded governing going on in most six times and two of those six places. just a matter of which party is in charge and where you live. times were by her own lawyers. and if you are lucky, you still after the lawsuit, and all the have somebody or some news outfit following your state publicity, more than 400,000 officials around so you can people had visited the site and watch them work and figure out seen the picture. what's going on. that is why when somebody tries to erase a piece of information >> he said i think even when life begins in the horrible online, something they don't want anybody to see, and that situation of rape, it is effort backfires and more people something that is god intended. is that something that you would see it than ever, that backfire denounce or -- effect is called the streisand >> i think i'd want to see his comments. is there a video of it? effect. so keeping in mind the streisand >> it was in a a debate last effect, that it is hard to erase
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things from the internet and that by trying to erase things night. >> i'd want to see the video or the debate before commenting on from the internet, you only draw it. >> it's true you don't have an attention to them, this is what exemption when it comes to you see today if you try to track down a pdf tudocument fro abortion? you're pro-life in all cases? >> i think it's important to the nsa website. protect the life of the mother. it was a fact sheet that was i'm proud to be pro-life. supposed to explain the rules >> even the possibility of rape? the government follows when it >> that's true. comes to spying on americans. it has been removed from the >> that was ohio state treasurer and ultimately failing u.s. internet. seems you have experienced an error. though the nsa tried to remove senate county josh mandell this document from the internet, it still lives. it lives because everything trying really, really, really online is archived one way or hard during that election to not the other. say what he believes about the nsa of all people ought to know that. abortion. that clip was post online by a and, of course, if is when you try to erase stuff that everybody notices what it is. longtime mainstream ohio so now we know that this is the reporter named marc kovac who frankly is doing the lord's work information that the nsa made of just flip camming everything available for a minute that was supposed to explain what is and is not allowed under section 702 he covers in ohio politics. then he posts all of it basically raw on to his website of the foreign intelligence at the ohio capital blog. surveillance act. according to this fact sheet that the nsa made available for a hot second before they tried to erase it, the government does a lot of what ohio knows and the not target americans for intelligence purposes. country knows about what's going and if it does target a u.s. on with the politics of that
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person by accident, "any state we know because of marc inadvertently acquired kovac to flip camming everything communication of or concerning a in ohio politics. yesterday he flip cammed ohio u.s. person must be promptly governor john kasich signing the destroyed if it is neither state's new budget. see the budget there. relevant to the authorized purpose nor evidence of a that's that great big column of crime." shortly after the nsa put up white there. that fact sheet on their great big bill which budgets website, senators ron wyden and are. mark udall wrote a letter to the head of the nsa saying the fact sheet was bunk. and this stuff jammed into they said they had a problem budget is not necessarily widely with some of the information on known because ohio republicans added a lot of it into the that fact sheet. budget at the last minute. they said they couldn't explain the exact nature of the problem without debating any of it. in this letter without revealing and then they passed the whole classified information, but you giant budget on a party line know what, that part about how information on american citizens vote. is destroyed promptly? so without debate, without any republican public comment on the matter whatsoever, the great that's not true. state of ohio, as of about last senators udall and wyden wrote that letter on june 24th. night, dinnertime, ohio got a the next day the head of the nsa ton of new really radical wrote back to them saying that changes in its laws that are all the nsa, yes, possibly could about rape. have been more precise in its rape and abortion. language. ohio republicans stuffed into in the fact sheet. the budget a gag order for rape and then right after that, poof. the fact sheet this appeared. counselors. so if you're counseling a rape the nsa tried to take the victim, you will have public document off the internet.
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which you cannot do because funding yanked from your rape really it's the internet. crisis center if you let the and when you try to take things rape victim know she can have an abortion if the rape made her off the internet, boom, it's the pregnant. streisand effect. here's the story of the missing it's a gag order. you can't say that anymore or nsa fact sheet on national tv else you'll lose your fwuunding. which never would have happened had they left it up there. and just fixed it. ohio republicans basically strike through. defunded planned parenthood it's okay. hold on. more ahead. vo: traveling you definitely end up meeting a lot more people but clinics. the budget just passed by ohio republicans and signed by john a friend under water is something completely different. kasich will mandate you get an ultrasound by order of the state i met a turtle friend today. which is a fine thing to have if avo: whatever you're looking for, you want one and your doctors expedia has more ways to help you find yours. want you to have it. it's a whole different idea because john kasich says you have to have one. it's mandatory now. ohio republicans will make you have it and make you pay for it, too. ohio republicans also wrote into the budget a requirement that ohio doctors give you a speech about that forced ultrasound, regardless of whether the doctor agrees with speech or thinks it is good information to give you. ohio republicans added all of that to the budget, to the nuts and bolts spending plan for the great state of ohio. now it has a special focus on
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the human uterus. for one part of the budget, ohio republicans even wrote in a new beneful medley's... requirement that any clinic in ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. the state that provides abortions has to have a transfer agreement with local hospitals. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. anyo then in the next breath they banned ohio public hospitals beneful medley's from making those transfer agreements with the clinics. so the clinics would get a new vietnam in 1972. thing that they have to have and also they cannot happen. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. ohio republicans and john kasich [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down also in the budget decided to from generation to generation. redefine the word pregnancy in because it offers a superior level of protection that state. now by decree, from republican and because usaa's commitment to serve military members, governor john kasich and the republicans in the ohio state legislature, your pregnant issy veterans, and their families is without equal. begins even before implantation begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. of a fertilized egg in the uterine lining. usaa. we know what it means to serve. since several forms of popular birth control work by stopping go olive garden. go 2 for $25. implantation in the uterine go father, daughter. lining, the ohio state budget go mother, son. now essentially says, hey, you start with unlimited salad and breadsticks. want an iud or want to be on share a pair of apps. birth control pills? then choose 2 of 5 summer entrees. that means you want an abortion.
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now, of course, there's a like spicy shrimp vesuvio mandatory ultrasound before you or new tuscan garlic chicken. can do that. followed by the speech from your so have a date night. doctor that your doctor doesn't have a double-date night. have a choice about. go 3 courses for 2 people just $25. under this bill, under the letter of this new law, ohio go olive garden! we're all family here. women might conceivably need to and try our lighter fare menu. get a mandatory ultrasound by 5 delicious choices under 575 calories. order of the state just so you can keep your birth control pills. the birth control, the iud, the birth control pill you've been on forever, now mandatory frank rich is here for "the ultrasound? that's how the law is written. nobody knows for sure if they really freaking mean that or if interview" next. yay. p me plan my next move, they have considered that implication of the change in the i take scottrade's free, in-branch seminars... definition of the word pregnancy that they put in the state plus, their live webinars. budget. i use daily market commentary to improve my strategy. nobody knows if that's what they really meant because they never and my local scottrade office guides my learning debated it. never came up. there was no debate. nobody got to ask questions. every step of the way. nobody ever had to explain because they know i don't trade like everybody. themselves. ohio republicans just passed it silently and sent it to governor i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. john kasich. the governor had until midnight (announcer) scottrade... ranked "highest in customer loyalty for brokerage last night, sunday, to x out and investment companies." rape and abortion laws he wanted to x out. he used the line-item veto 22
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times yesterday including vetoing part of budget that involves owning spider monkeys. he thought the spider monkeys provision was an outrageous step backwards for the residents of ohio, but the abortion stuff, all of it including redefining pregnancy in biological terms new to ohio, all of it stayed in the budget. john kasich said yes to all of it. so all the male republican leaders from his administration and from the legislature gathered around john kasich yesterday and he shook all of the guys' hands and then this. >> well, i just have a few comments. is that your son? come on over here. what's your name? come on. i won't bite you. is he a little shy? >> this is felix. >> hey, felix. i've heard a lot about you. how old are you? 4. guess how old i am? can you give me the rock? you know that? huh? yeah. >> he did call the kid over a
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meet james clapper. little later again. see there on his lap. he already knows you. called him over again to help he's the director of national him sign the bill with all the intention. the head guy in charge of the ceremonial pens. nation's 16 intelligence the governor let the kid dot the agencies including the nsa and cia. "i" in kasich. the ""washington post" revealed he let him dot the "i" on the james clapper apologized to the senate intelligence committee new state budget with forced for lying, for not telling them the truth when he answered this question from senator ron wyden a couple of months ago. ultrasounds and requirements to shut down the clinics in ohio and the redefinition of pregnancy. >> so what i wanted to see if so that's what happened in ohio. ohio democrats lost this fight you can give me a yes or no in their state. thanks to the ohio capital blog's video, the whole country answer to the question, does the can see what it looks like when nsa collect any type of data at lawmakers add stuff into a bill that never gets debated. all on millions or hundreds of tons of new laws affecting the millions of americans? lives of ohio women specifically >> no, sir. and then all the men gather >> no, sir. around to sign it and march of this year, the nsa does congratulate each other. not collect any type of data on no debate, no explaining, dot millions of americans. the "i" and call it done. that's ohio. a few months later, of course, that's governor ultrasound john edward snowden revealed that the kasich. and what he did to your rights government sure does collect and over the weekend in ohio. keep data about millions of meanwhile in north carolina, the new republican majority in that americans. and once that information was state just passed a bill forcing made public by edward snowden, school health teachers to lie to the director of national seventh graders. intelligence james clapper tried
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to lie to seventh graders about to explain his way out of what he had said at that senate abortion. if you're a health teacher, north carolina republicans say hearing. >> could you explain what you the law should direct you to meant when you said there was not data collection on millions teach. that abortion is a health risk of americans? for future pregnancies. >> i thought, though, in they're telling seventh grade retrospect, i was asked when are teachers to tell seventh graders in north carolina that if you have an abortion, you won't be you going to stop beating your able to have kids in the future. that abortion keeps women from wife kind of question, meaning not answerable by a simple yes carrying future pregnancies to or no. term. and that is not true. so i responded in what i thought according to the american was the most truthful or least untruthful manner by saying no. college of on sbstetricians and >> the most truthful or least gynecologists, that isn't true. the script north carolina republicans are writing for the untruthful manner. state seventh grade teachers is not science, it's not based in following that ridiculous fact. explanation which made it seem when north carolina republicans brought this bill to the floor, like maybe james clapper had lawmakers lined up at the microphone six deep. they wanted to ask questions been taken off guard by the question, he just did the best about that bill. there was a debate, but when a he could? after that explanation, senator democrat asked that the debate be transcribed for the record, wyden released this revailing so people could read later what was said, one of the bill's actually mr. clapper had the question in advance. republican supporters intervened senator wyden warned him to stop any transcript from being made of the debate. specifically he was going to be so the debate is not on the asking that question. when mr. clapper gave him that
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no, sir, response, wyden gave record. then north carolina republicans passed this thing with as little him a chance afterwards to amend explaining as they could manage. north carolina's republican his question and he refused. governor pat mccrory pledged supposedly the least untruthful when he was elected in november that he would not sign any new answer thing was the planned response all along. antiabortion bills into law in that state. but now he says he's going to now james clapper is admitting it was just a lie, it's not sign this one. with the fake science and the no true, and he's saying he's sorry. that's kind of a big deal. transcript debate. because after all, it's about officials at the highest and abortion. i know he said he would. most secretive levels of can't resist. government are being held and there's texas where the accountable for things they have said to mislead americans and weather has been hot and the that is something that does not politics are on fire these days. right red texas where now you happen very often. senators who were tasked with can turn out several thousand overseeing these high ranking outraged blue voters without government officials and these much effort at all. programs are publicly and privately questioning their efforts to mislead people and and where an obscure state proving that they lied when they lawmaker gets this kind of reaction on a monday afternoon lied and making them admit it. you may like or dislike the idea in july. of edward snowden as a character >> women will not be bullied! in the middle of this nsa drama, women will not be bullied! women will not be bullied! but the fact remains no matter how you feel about him, he's a women will not be bullied! consequential cat. he's changing a lot about what we know about our government and women will not be bullied! the way it has to explain itself. today we learned that mr. women will not be bullied! >> texas republicans had spent snowden, the nsa leaker who's
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the regular session this year reportedly seeking asylum in saying they were done with russia after being stuck in the legislating against abortion. transit area of moscow's airport when governor perry called a for more than a week. special session, the only item the state department has not confirmed his asylum request, on the agenda was supposely an but russian authorities say that interim redistricting plan, but he has made it. then republicans decided they russian president vladimir putin would unload all their said today that he will only antiabortion legislation, so consider mr. snowden's request it's a new ban in texas. for asylum if mr. snowden a new ban on abortions past 20 ceases, quote, his work aimed at weeks and a new ban that would damaging our american partners. shrink the number of clinics that provide abortions in the no matter how strange that sound state from 42 to 5. co restriction on access to s coming from me. abortion that will affect tonight mr. snowden released his millions of american women. texas democrats and their first statement since leaving hong kong. it says "in the end the obama supporters blocked this bill the first time around. administration is not afraid of that was the wendy davis whistleblowers like me. filibuster. we are stateless or em prisoned and all the associated protests. democrats were outnumbered in or powerless. the legislature, but they won in no, the obama administration is the first round and lit up the afraid of you. it is afraid of an informed, politics of texas in so doing. angry public demanding the now texas republicans are back constitutional government it was promised. with a new special session that started this afternoon. and it should be." it should be afraid. they're going for it again. if you just look at the numbers, edward snowden's leaks have just on the votes in each chamber, republicans clearly forced a difficult debate about things that the government does not like to talk about. it is a debate that now includes have the votes to pass the new antiabortion bill. and the democrats will do the director of national everything they can to try to
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stop them. again, already in austin, intelligence apologizing for lying to congress. there's talk of regular citizens, again, lines up by the would that correction of the record have ever happened hundreds to testify the way they without him? did last month in the citizens but is the on the lam leaker who filibuster. started all this right? democrats are also hinting that that an informed public on this they might even go back to their playbook from a decade ago when subject is an angry public? is he right that the government they fled the state to deny the should be afraid of public backlash here? republicans a quorum. joining us now for "the but if you look at the votes, interview" is frank rich, "new alone, the best-case scenario for the democrats in texas is york" magazine's writer at large. his new column is called "when really just to slow this thing down. the point of fighting is not to privacy jumped the shark." it has a dirty picture in it defy the fact that republicans have the majority in the which is at least the lowest legislature. it is rather to make it clear that republicans are going to common denominator to check it have a fight on their hands nevertheless. out. it's tastefully done. if they want to pull this off. >> very tastefully. the texas republicans, if they try for that. want laws like this, are going don't always succeed. >> so you contend that americans to be forced to explain have no expectation of privacy, themselves. repeatedly. and when republicans are forced so even bombshell revelations about violations of our privacy to explain themselves on these bills, sometimes everything goes nuts. on a grand scale basically like last week when the democrats were slowing elicit yawns. everything down in texas and the >> yeah, i mean, look, there are sponsor of the texas bill was people who care very much asked to explain why her bill including me and you and also contained no exception for rape people on the right like libertarians like rand paul
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or incest victims and she who's outraged by this. explained she thought that rape but the vast middle seems to be kits which are used to collect indifferent. in part i think because we're so forensic samples from a rape victim's body to be used in used to surrendering our privacy, whether it be to social potential prosecution of the networking or commerce sites or, rapist, she explained she thought rape kits somehow solved you know, anything we do. i read in this new book "big the problem of rape-causing data" that when a 140-character pregnancy. >> we have hospital emergency twitter message, a tweet, there are 33 different pieces of rooms. we have funded what's called information that you're surrendering in addition to the rape kits that will help a actual content of -- >> so the tweet's only 144 characters -- 140 characters, but there's 33 pieces of woman, it's basically cleaning her out. and, again, hopefully that will metadata associated with it? >> yes, and so we're used to it. alleviate that. >> their belief in a magic we're annured to it. cleaner out kit is why particularly people under 450 republicans did not include an exception for rape victims in 50. their abortion ban. under 50, people don't tend to follow the snowden story. that is a terrible argument and i think you see it reflected in the political environment in not based in fact at all. washington. who is -- take james clapper who but at least the democrats lied and really should be out, forced the republicans to make that argument out loud so now we in my view.
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also he's such an incompetent all know that's what they think and we all know that's why liar you think, why is this guy there's no rape exception in the running national intelligence? bill. that's what's happening in texas at least a spy should be least o right now inside the legislature and outside on the statehouse lie effectively. but anyway, who's calling -- who steps. that process was not happening in washington is calling for him in ohio because republicans there were able to pass these to be out? radical new antiabortion laws not the democratic leadership or without having to explain the republican leadership. and indeed, i think whether it's themselves. in ohio, they did these new laws nancy pelosi and harry reid or in such a way that they mitch mcconnell and john essentially prevented them from boehner, they're all sort of on being debated. the same page. they did not get explained. snowden's sort of the villain. he should be apprehended. governor kasich did not refer to them at all when he signed them and the big issues are being into law. after he signed them into law, lost. indeed, they're being lost under he just got up and walked away, the shadow of snowden, who's a taking no questions on the most restrictive new antiabortion fascinating character. measures in the country. >> the reaction in washington i think actually is fascinating just another quiet sunday in because it's not -- it doesn't break down on partisan terms. ohio. ohio, you will know, does not tend to be a very quiet state but we have seen -- i mean, when it comes to politics. steve bennan writing at the blog voters in ohio, remember, rolled for the show this morning was back the union stripping thing. they scared republicans off a talking about how calls for resignation, calls for the heads bill to limit voter rights. of administration officials are they know how to make noise in basically as regular as having a cup of coffee when you wake up ohio. so what happens now in ohio? in the morning. is to too late for texas-style like they'll call for the resignation of anybody for
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magic in ohio in? anything because they hope it will hurt the president. >> right. >> but with clapper, even with i see how you win on the way to him not just lying to congress losing sometimes, but how do you but admitting that he lied to win after you have already lost? what happens next here? congress after having previously joining us is connie pillit, told a different story, that was ohio state representative. she's a democrat. itself actually untrue about the lie in the first place, beep, she's running for ohio state beep, beep -- >> nothing. the only people who seem representative. thank you so much for being with concerned are, as you mentioned, us tonight. >> i really appreciate joining you and letting the world know about the right-wing attacks on udall and wyden, paul on the women's health in ohio. republican side. >> you know, governor kasich, he you'd think the republican party could have vetoed the abortion which is so angry about intrusive government and obama care and the supposed irs amendments in the budget if he had chosen to. scandal even if it's sort of a he still could have signed the overall budget, but not used the non-scandal, you'd think that they would care. but no, there's just absolute budget to advance all this antiabortion legislation. dead silence. did you expect that he would and i think that reflects the veto any of them, or do you public to some extent. i don't think the public is think he was in on this from the terribly engaged by this issue. beginning? >> i think he has very little obviously, some people are. civil libertarians are. control of his caucus, frankly, there's a base in the democratic but i never expected him to veto party that is. and there's a libertarian part any of the antiabortion of the republican party. but i think that's it. >> do you think that the drama of mr. snowden's flight from language. he signed bills in the previous american prosecution makes general assembly to restrict people more or less focused on
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access for women. of course, the things in this the privacy concerns at the budget are so much worse. heart of what he has disclosed? as you mentioned earlier, they if he were a boring guy or a guy who had turned himself in or a limit women's access to birth guy who we never knew who he control. they make it harder to get was, would we be more focused on cervical cancer screenings. they insert the legislature in the substance of what he leaked rather than on him? between the conversation of a >> i think we might. we don't know that. rape victim and her counselor. but look, he's become now like and they mandate expensive and clyde barrow in bonnie & clyde. unnecessary medical tests on he's thumbed his nose at the women. it's just atrocious. >> was there an advantage for establishment. he's defied -- the press the republicans in putting this couldn't find him. the government couldn't find stuff into the budget instead of him. so he's become this kind of moving it as normal legislation? they've moved a lot of other interesting where's waldo antiabortion measures as figure. but i bet many people who are standalone legislation, but this ended up in the giant budget watching it with some amusement bill. can't quite remember what the why strategically did they do that? >> well, if they had gone substance was of the leaks that through the normal committee he gave up to the press. process, they, of course, would >> frank rich, "new york" magazine writer at large. have been subject to the outrage thank you for your time tonight. i occasionally feel like this is of women across ohio, as we saw our job, that you and i talk about stuff that gets us all happen last year when women fired up but doesn't feel flooded the statehouse to reflected in the world at large. but i take comfort from talking protest these egregious to you about it. >> same here. measures. thank you. >> we'll be right back. [ whispering ] uh! i had a nightmare! but to put something as extreme and outrageous as eliminating birth control and cervical
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cancer screenings, i don't see how that could have survived public scrutiny in any kind of open process, so they had to the house caught fire and we were out on the streets. slip it in. [ whispering ] shhh. it's only a dream. basically they used the budget and we have home insurance. as a dumping ground for all but if we made a claim, our rate would go up... these assaults on women's [ whispering ] shhh. you did it right. health. look, i have been having public you have allstate claim rate guard meetings in my district ever so your rates won't go up just because of a claim. since i took office, every month [ whispering ] are we still in a dream? since five years ago. no one has ever once come to me no, you're in an allstate commercial. so get allstate home insurance with claim rate guard... and said, we want you to [ whispering ] goodnight. eliminate birth control, we there are so many people in our bedroom. don't need cancer screenings. no one has ever said this. [ dennis ] talk to an allstate agent... and i think this is why people [ doorbell rings ] ...and let the good life in. are so frustrated with government because they send me to columbus to work on jobs and education, and what they get is this bizarre right wing extreme fringe agenda to assault women's health. >> as far as i understand ohio law, these specific measures can't be put up for recall the way the union stripping bill was put up for recall a couple years ago because they are part of the budget. because of that, because of the way they pass these, they not only avoided scrutiny in getting
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this is the fleetville fire company. station 63 of the fleetville fire company, which is located in northeast pennsylvania. it's a 45-member team that protects about 1,800 residents there. the fleetville fire company has been around for 65 years, and it is very proudly a 100% volunteer fire company. what you're seeing here is a part-time gig for all the men and women who make up this company. there are thousands of all-volunteer firefighter companies all across our country, standing at the ready just like they do in fleetville. when you put together all of the firefighters across the nation, 70% of them are volunteers. 70%. and these volunteers generally make up the fire units in small towns and counties. in bigger cities, of course, you have standing fire departments. you have professional firefighters who work fires, who also work emergency calls
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full-time. these firefighters like the fdny here in new york city, they're deployed not just to put out fires but also to be our nation's first responders for disasters of any kind. so you have volunteer firefighters in small towns and counties. you have standing fire departments in big cities. but then you have the hot shot crews. hot shot crews are sort of like [ whirring ] the special omz command oefz [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. firefighting. in the 1940s specially trained ♪ our business needs more cases. crews were put together not to battle house fires in small [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? towns and in the big cities but i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting instead to battle giant wildfires, to battle wildfires to mobile apps, small business solutions from at&t that were breaking out on national forest land. these 25-man squads were called have the security you need to get you there. hot shots because the hottest call us. part of the fire is where these we can show you how at&t solutions elite firefighters did their can help you do what you do... even better. work. they went to the center of the blaze. ♪ there are now over 100 hot shot crews at the ready to fight wildfires 24/7 during fire the house caught fire and we were out on the streets. season. being a hot shot firefighter [ whispering ] shhh. it's only a dream. means staying in peak physical and we have home insurance. condition all year round because but if we made a claim, our rate would go up... the job itself requires it.
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[ whispering ] shhh. you did it right. when a wildfire breaks out, you have allstate claim rate guard these hot shot crews, they're the ones who hike into the so your rates won't go up just because of a claim. wilderness toward the fire. [ whispering ] are we still in a dream? they're armed with chainsaws and no, you're in an allstate commercial. rakes and shovels and they do the backbreaking work to create so get allstate home insurance with claim rate guard... a break line that's essentially meant to starve the fire of [ whispering ] goodnight. fuel. they starve it of the brush and there are so many people in our bedroom. vegetation that these fires feed [ dennis ] talk to an allstate agent... off of. [ doorbell rings ] ...and let the good life in. they make a line that the fire can't cross. hot shots carry 40-pound packs on their backs with their equipment as well as the food and water that they need to in february 2011, a dictator survive. they are self-contained. who had been in power for 30 they also carry smelgs that's years stepped down after his really important. they carry specially designed three decades in power. fire shelters that serve as, god he was pushed out after weeks of forbid, their last line of mostly but not entirely peaceful defense against a wildfire that demonstrations in egypt. gets out of control that they it was one of those i remember cannot get away from. these are fire shelters made of where i was moments. aluminum foil essentially. they're reflective. they sort of look like fireproof sleeping bags. and hot shots are trained to get this is an nbc news special into these fortified bags in report. under two minutes if it looks revolution in egypt. like the situation is getting beyond their control. here's brian williams. these shelters are considered to >> good day from new york. be their last resort. if you've been following the news throughout this day, then well, yesterday afternoon 19 of
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you know the news that the people of egypt have toppled these fire shelters were discovered in the hills of their government, their leader, arizona in the midst of a blaze hosni mubarak has left power and that is raging across thousands of acres in arizona. left cairo. >> this is the statement they 19 members of an elite 20-person have been waiting for. hotshot crew out of prescott, not that he is in egypt, nbut h arizona were found dead battling is stepping down. >> this, again, one of the that fire. many of them were found inside their last resort fire shelters. cheers that has been iconic last month the granite mountain throughout all this. the army and the people hand in hotshots were fighting fires in nearby new mexico before they were called back to arizona, hand, and today the army is stepping in to join with the their home state, to fight a wildfire that was raging less than an hour from their home people and now will be taking fire department. it was that fire that ultimately charge to hand over this. took the lives of 19 of these >> there are very few news days in this business where the breaking news business is not firefighters. only in all caps but in all caps tonight the city of prescott, arizona is mourning the loss of and italics. their hotshot team. the governor of arizona said it was as dark a day as i can big deal, right? what richard was talking about there is the chant, the army and remember in the state. the people hand in hand. when mubarak gave up power in 14 of the hot shots who died yesterday were only in their egypt after 30 years, the military in that country was an 20s. this tragedy yesterday marked the single deadliest day for ultimately decisive factor. thousands of people camped in u.s. firefighters since the 9/11 attacks. tahrir square and protested it was this country's biggest
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against mubarak night after loss of firefighters to a night and day after day. wildfire in 80 years. the army by in large stayed on today president obama called the sidelines. the army was visible but did not those 19 hotshots american heroes. interview in the demonstrations the fire that they were battling or attack the protesters. they tried to stay on basically in arizona remains tonight 0% friendly terms of the people on contained. the streets but mostly they now it's time for "the last word with lawrence o'donnell." stayed out of it. thanks for being with us until this moment. this game-changing moment. tonight. the battle over women's the high council of the armed reproductive freedom continues today in texas. and wendy davis is not backing down. forces in egypt, convened without president mubarak on february 10th, 2011. they announced they would support the limegitimate demand >> women will not be bullied! of the people. since the demands of the people >> they're bullying women and were really just one demand that their liberties. >> it became a national rallying cry. >> this movement, though, is mubarak step down, the mill fair kind of spreading across the meeting that day quhout him and announcing they would support country. that demand, that was the end. that meeting of the high council >> davis's filibuster as a of the armed forces, that was on rallying cry for democrats. >> filibustered an anti-abortion february 10th, and on february bill for 11 hours. 11th, 1 day later, mu marrbarak >> the intent of the rules is to restrict acc gone. the military is a very powerful and independent institution in egypt. when they decided to weigh in
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and say mu bar ibarak had to go mubarak had to go. it was a remarkable moment. it paved the way for new presidential elections in egypt. egyptians picked this guy, mohamed morsi. he was inaugurated a year ago yesterday. and yesterday this year, egyptians marked that one-year anniversary with the largest protests the country has seen since the revolution that toppled mubarak in the first place. over the past two days in half a dozen cities, there have been massive protests in egypt again. 16 people have died. hundreds of people have been injured. a young american who was in egypt to teach english for the summer was killed in the protests in alexandria. he was a 21-year-old college student from maryland named andrew pockter. the protests this weekend, protesters swarmed the headquarters of president morsi's political party. they destroyed the headquarters. they lit the place on fire. they looted it. the people inside the headquarters were reportedly evacuated but not before somebody fired actual live rounds into the crowd, cou
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reportedly killing eight people. a year after he took office, protesters are demanding that egyptian president mohamed morsi step down. the country to hold early new presidential elections. the people are back in tahrir square in an apparent re-enactment of the demonstrations that brought down the last guy. and just like it was in 2011, everybody this time around has been waiting for a sign from the military. what side will the military take? well today the military spoke. it was an audio statement from the head of the egyptian military that played on state tv today. and the message seemed to be clear. the military said it was giving president morsi 48 hours to meet the demands of the people. whatever that means. or else the military will implement its own roadmap to resolve the political crisis. whatever that means. the terms are vague, but the timeline is not. they're demanding a political response to resolve the crisis in 48 hours, or the military says it will step in. this is an ultimatum. as if to mark the occasion, the
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military flew helicopters over tahrir square. see there's something underneath the helicopters there? egyptian flags. the crowd cheered and cheered and cheered. so the same institution that ended the last guy's decades-long hold on power is now giving the new democratically elected president 48 hours as a deadline. fix what is causing the people to be upset with you, and to pour into the streets by the millions. or the military will fix it for you. how does the president meet the military's demands? what would that look like? what does the military do if the protests continue? is the most populist country in the middle east, one of the most strategically important countries on earth, about to get a new regime in the next 48 hours? don't know, but this is happening very quickly and it's really important. watch this space. la's known definitely for its traffic, congestion, for it's smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the busses are running on natural gas,
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if you're curious about how to get a job at the supersecret national security agency, the nsa, it's not that hard. this charming young businesswoman will lead you in the direction of careers at nsa. wonder how she got the job there. maybe because it was of her wide ranging experience as the stock photo model. maybe that's all the nsa needed to know before they hired her. after all, she is businesswoman with holders. she's also well-dressed and looking at camera. she is everything the nsa needs and more. literally, there is too much of
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her. the nsa decided not to use her legs. i'm not saying the nsa stole this stock photograph, but they did noticeably crop it just above the getty water mark on her legs and the water mark is generally how you know this is a photo of a model that is for sale. i'm just saying. aside from the nsa possibly stealing stock photos, there's something else newsworthy going on at the nsa's website right now. this page used to hold the nsa's latest fact sheet, responding to the reporting that has stemmed from the edward snowden leak. now, error notice. this agency is answering its critics but then erasing its answers. and there's more to that. hold on. wi drive a ford fusion. who is healthier, you or your car? i would say my car. probably the car. cause as you get older you start breaking down. i love my car. i want to take care of it.
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