Political Headlines - June 26, 2012

Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from today: 

  • Justices back key part of Arizona immigration law:  The court struck down much of the law, but allowed a hot-button provision requiring police officers to review the immigration status of all those they detain. Political reporter Matt Viser and immigration reporter Maria Sacchetti report.     


  • Obama rallies supporters at Boston events: The Obama campaign did not release the day's total take, but multiplying the per-head minimums by total attendees at the three events indicated an amount upwards of $3 million. Enterprise reporter Brian MacQuarrie and political reporter Brian Mooney detail.


  • Supreme Court reaffirms Citizens United ruling: The Supreme Court reversed a Montana ruling on Monday that blocked corporations from spending unlimited amounts of money to influence state and municipal elections there, disappointing Massachusetts officials and watchdog groups who fear the decision would lead to local corruption across the country. Political reporter Tracy Jan explains.