Republicans Focus On Redundant Anti-Abortion Legislation As America Waits For Jobs

Rachel Maddow takes a look at the changing Republican primary calendar where we could see the voting begin as early as December this year, which means we get to look forward to an entire next year of campaigning and with much of the media

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Rachel Maddow takes a look at the changing Republican primary calendar where we could see the voting begin as early as December this year, which means we get to look forward to an entire next year of campaigning and with much of the media focusing on the presidential race rather than whether our politicians are actually governing.

And in the mean time, while the rest of the country is focused on jobs and the economy, the Republican House is too "busy" passing one piece of redundant anti-abortion legislation after another.

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