(Congressional) Primary Day in New York, and a Supreme Court decision about immigration

Briefing: Rangel. (Colby Hamilton via wnyc)
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Supreme Court

The "show me your papers" provision of Arizona state law was upheld. [Mirela Iverac]

More on the ruling, which was a split decision on the overall package of immigration bills passed in Arizona. [Adam Liptak]

Obama and Romney responded quickly. [Michael Shear]

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2013

Christine Quinn introduces herself to a national public radio audience. [NPR]

NY-13

"Vote Hispanic" is a text message going out to some voters. [Jill Colvin and Carla Zanoni]

Rangel's base is more resilient than people have given him credit for. [Scott Bland]

Espaillat has had some success getting under Rangel's skin. [Alex Isenstadt]

Here's Rangel and a mariachi band. [Colby Hamilton]

NY-08

Charles Barron is trying to control his message while Hakeem Jeffries visited "Up with Chris" and Ghostfact Killah. [Chester Soria]

Hakeem Jeffries has a lot more endorsements than Barron. [Amy Sara Clark]

A pro-Israel group runs a strong anti-Barron ad. [Rachel Hirshfeld]

"Did The Daily News ever write an editorial proclaiming "Bar Jesse Helms From the Senate?" that infamous racist? Did The Daily News ever proclaim "Bar Strom Thurmond From Senate" that notorious racist? Are the concerns conveniently selective?" [Black Star News]

Barron's argument: "People put too much into bipartisan support. It was bipartisan support that got us the Iraq War. It was bipartisan support that got us the Welfare Reform bill that ended welfare as an entitlement program. It was bipartisan support that got us this health care reform that doesn’t give us a public option." [Sonja Sharp]

A libertarian magazine takes issue with the Congressional Black Caucus' neutrality in this race. [Alana Goodman]

NY-07

"Caribbean American Congresswoman Faces Primary Election Day Challenge" [NewsAmericasNow.com]