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Amy Goodman Appears on MSNBC's "Up w/ Chris Hayes"

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    Democracy Now! Host Amy Goodman joined a 2-hour panel of journalists, analysts and academics on MSNBC’s "Up w/ Chris Hayes" to discuss topics of the day, ranging from the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Planned Parenthood reversal to the Republican Primaries.

    From the "Up w/ Chris Hayes" website":

    Feb 5, 2012–First Hour

    In today’s first hour we covered the Nevada caucus results where Mitt Romney won easily, the government crackdown on protesters in Syria, the standoff between Israel and Iran, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s reversal of their decision to stop providing funding to Planned Parenthood.

    Joining Chris were Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman; host of MSNBC’s newest show, "Melissa Harris-Perry," which premieres February 18th at 10 a.m. EST; Melissa Harris-Perry, senior national security reporter for Newsweek / The Daily Beast Eli Lake; former director of policy planning for the U.S. Department of State; Princeton University Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter; and senior contributing writer for Newsweek / The Daily Beast Michelle Goldberg.

    Feb 5, 2012–Second Hour

    In the second hour of today’s show, we continued our discussion about the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s reversal of their decision to stop providing funding to Planned Parenthood, plus the Obama administration’s mandate that under the Affordable Care Act most health insurance plans, including those used by religious organizations, must cover contraception.

    Joining Chris were Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman; host of MSNBC’s newest show, "Melissa Harris-Perry," which premieres February 18th at 10 a.m. EST; Melissa Harris-Perry, former director of policy planning for the U.S. Department of State; Princeton University Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter, senior contributing writer for Newsweek / The Daily Beast Michelle Goldberg; and politics editor for Business Insider Michael Brendan Dougherty.


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