Immigration Lawsuit Sends Candidates Scrambling

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Ken Rudin, political editor, NPR
E.J. Montini, columnist, Arizona Republic

The Justice Department has filed suit against Arizona's controversial immigration law. The case has candidates around the country scrambling to clarify their positions on immigration policy. Also, RNC chairman Michael Steele is taking hits after comments he made about Afghanistan.

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