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Friday’s p-Op quiz: ‘SCOTUS’ edition


The guts of the health-care law, the individual mandate, was declared constitutional by the Supreme Court. But don’t tell that to Mitt Romney. Arizona’s immigration law was gutted. But don’t tell that to Gov. Jan Brewer. Also, juveniles under the age of 18 won’t face life in prison without the chance for parole, and Montana’s own version of Citizens United was upheld.

Meanwhile, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) survived a primary fight over a seat he has held since 1977. And Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) beat back yet another challenge to his 42-year hold on his redrawn Harlem district. In a past life, the gravelly voiced, crazy-like-a-fox lawmaker must have been a cat. You won’t need cat-like reflexes to answer this week’s p-Op quiz, but you will need your brain. Sharpen your pixels and get crackin’.

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