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President Obama offered a mixed review of the Supreme Court's mixed decision in the Arizona immigration case. He said he was pleased that most of the law was struck down, but still concerned that the "show me your papers" provision stood. The president campaigned this afternoon in New Hampshire. All Things Considered host Audie Cornish talks with NPR's Scott Horsley from the rally site with more on Mr. Obama's remarks.
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