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Wednesday's Mini-Report

Today's edition of quick hits:

* Another good day for the right at the Supreme Court: "Justices across the ideological spectrum appeared inclined to uphold a controversial part of Arizona's aggressive 2010 immigration law, based on their questions on Wednesday at a Supreme Court argument."

* Even with the recovery struggling, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spent "much of a news conference Wednesday explaining why central bankers have decided -- for now -- to do nothing."

* Citing concerns over consumer privacy, the White House today threatened to veto CISPA if it reaches President Obama's desk.

* Student loan debt reaches $1 trillion in the United States. That's not a typo.

* Rupert Murdoch remains very much in the hot seat as part of a larger British judicial inquiry in the News Corp scandal.

* Amanda Marcotte reports on Lila Rose's ongoing anti-abortion activism, despite Rose's previous failures.

* Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) is still recovering from a stroke in January, and his office released the first photo of the senator since his hospitalization.

* Fox News found it outrageous for some strange reason, but President Obama slow jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon seemed pretty entertaining to me.

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