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'ED Show' playbook: Mon., June 25

The Supreme Court guts Arizona's "papers please" immigration law, but Gov. Jan Brewer still thinks she won and Mitt Romney only offers another wishy-washy statement.

Tonight, Ed will have reaction and analysis with Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ).

The Supreme Court also doubles down on one of the most destructive rulings ever, Citizens United, and strikes down a century-old Montana law preventing corruption.

Did we lose a little of America today with that ruling?  Ed will ask Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D-MT) and E.J. Dionne, a Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and Washington Post columnist.

Ed will extend analysis of both Supreme Court decisions with tonight’s panel, including Catherine Crier, attorney and best-selling author ("Patriot Acts: What Americans Must do to Save the Republic"), Joan Walsh, Salon’s Editor at Large and Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk show host.

And speaking of the Supreme Court, the justices are set to rule on "Obamacare" on Thursday. What if the individual mandate dies and the rest of the Affordable Care Act lives? 

Ed will go through the possible outcomes with Wendell Potter, News Analyst with the Center for Public Integrity, former Communications Director and Vice President of CIGNA, and author (“Deadly Spin”).

And as Republicans prepare to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt (the full House is scheduled to vote Thursday), there's more proof the "Fast and Furious" investigation is nothing but a witch hunt.

It's going to be yet another packed @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

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