SCOTUS: States can't require voters to prove citizenship; Couple reeling from recession publishes novels

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SCOTUS: States can't require voters to prove citizenship; Couple reeling from recession publishes novels

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An Arizona law required residents to show proof of citizenship when they registered to vote. The state said it was to combat fraud, but the Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona was asking too much. Jan Crawford reports; and, Jack and Jasinda Wilder and their five children were deep in a financial crisis. In desperation, the couple self-published a series of novels and in a year, the rookie authors had sold more than a million e-books. Anthony Mason reports.

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