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Sunday's Guests (July 1): Campaign finance, Arizona's immigration law

The Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act wasn't its only notable decision this week. On Sunday’s show, we'll discuss the high court's rulings on two other controversial issues: campaign finance and immigration policy. We'll examine the Court's 5-4 decision to quash an attempt by Montana to preserve its centuries-old Corrupt Practices Act. And we'll look at the Court's ruling on Arizona's harsh immigration statute, known as SB 1070, which has inspired similar measures in states across the country.

Joining Chris at 8AM ET on MSNBC will be:

Gov. Brian Schweitzer (@brianschweitzer), Democrat of Montana.

Rep. Peter Welch, Democrat of Vermont and member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach , Republican and co-architect of Arizona's controversial immigration statute, SB 1070.

Heather McGhee (@hmcghee), vice president of policy and research at the progressive think tank Demos.

Maria Hinojosa (@Maria_Hinojosa), anchor of NPR's Latino USA and president of Futuro Media Group.

Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald), former Constitutional and civil rights litigator, contributor at Salon.com.

:: Blogged by Sal Gentile (@salgentile), Up w/ Chris Hayes segment and digital producer ::