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Inside Washington July 1, 2012

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This week on Inside Washington: The Supreme Court upholds the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, with Chief Justice Roberts joining the Court’s liberal wing. How did Roberts get there?

The political good news and bad news for both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

The Court hands down a split decision on immigration. How will Mitt Romney deal with that?

The Court upholds its Citizens United campaign spending decision in a Montana case.

The U.S. House votes to hold Attorney General Holder in civil and criminal contempt of Congress, a historical first.

And the handshake that made history: former IRA leader Martin McGuinness greets Queen Elizabeth in Belfast.

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