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Romney: 'More latitude, not less'

“Mitt Romney reacted to the Supreme Court's ruling on the Arizona immigration law by criticizing President Obama, blaming him for failing to lead on the issue,” USA Today notes. Romney said, "I believe each state has the duty -- and the right -- to secure our borders …
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