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Chris Hayes’ MSNBC show goes ‘All In’ on Kansas

  • Published Thursday, May 15, 2014, at 5:50 p.m.
  • Updated Friday, May 16, 2014, at 10:45 a.m.

MSNBC’s “All In With Chris Hayes” (7 p.m. weeknights) will feature stories from Kansas all next week, part of the show’s “All In America” series.

The taped packages will focus on:

• Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger, “a Republican who explains why she tried to convince her Republican colleagues to embrace the Affordable Care Act and expand Medicaid. She also discusses how a conservative revolution in the Republican Party in Kansas has left more moderates feeling like they don’t have a party anymore.”

• Marquette Elementary in Marquette, southwest of Salina. The school will close permanently next week, a victim of budget cuts. Townspeople are worried about what the loss might mean for their community.

• Greensburg, the southwest Kansas community that was rebuilt as a “green town” after being leveled by a tornado in May 2007. Mayor Bob Dixson gives a tour “and talks about being a conservation-minded conservative.”

• Pete Ferrell, who runs a commercial-scale wind farm on his cattle ranch and “talks about the challenges of cultivating renewable resources in the backyard of the powerful Koch Industries.”

• Julie Burkhart, who opened an abortion clinic last year in the same building where physician George Tiller once practiced. Burkhart worked for Tiller, who was shot to death by a Kansas City abortion opponent in 2009. “The new clinic just celebrated its one-year anniversary, and Burkhart discusses the challenges of keeping it going.”

• State Rep. Jim Howell, who talks about a state law he sponsored that voids all city and county gun restrictions. Wichita City Council member Janet Miller explains why she opposed the measure.

| Tim Engle, tengle@kcstar.com

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