Sunday Rundown: Holder: Second immigration lawsuit possible; Netanyahu: Israel has no better friend than U.S.; Axelrod on Gitmo: 'We'll see'

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Monday, July 12, 2010; 12:41 PM

By Matt DeLong and Aaron Blake Sunday Rundown: A quick wrap-up of the Sunday talk shows. CBS: FACE THE NATION - Holder: Second immigration lawsuit possible Attorney General Eric Holder, appearing with host Bob Schieffer from the Aspen Ideas Festival, said the alleged Russian spies who were recently deported were a "threat" to the United States. "Russia consdered these people very important to their intelligence-gathering activites," Holder said. Holder explained his decision to sue to block Arizona's tough new immigration law on the grounds that a state law can not preempt federal law. "The solution that the Arizona legislature came up with is inconsistent with our federal Constitution," Holder said. "It is the responsibility of the federal government to decide immigration policy." While the White House has expressed concern that the Arizona law -- which allows law enforcement officials to ask people suspected of being illegal immigrants for proof of United States - Law - Eric Holder - Federal government of the United States - White House

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