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I was causing a minute there's a music I didn't hear it but any case the -- -- little -- Several big topics such talk about one of them a federal appeals court ruling yesterday.
That this Arizona immigration law some of the most controversial provisions of it.
Will still be blocked from taking affected -- a victory for the Obama administration which is trying to block this law tells details of street court.
Hamlin ninth circuit panel which is a very liberal circuit in this country probably the most liberal circuit in the country.
And what was interesting is they decided though not on the substance of the immigration law as is what they decided is that judge Bolton the -- line judge the first judge that issued this injunction.
Did not abuse her discretion I mean it's a very.
High standard to have a bunch of you know have a bunch of judges overturn another -- -- and a decision she didn't abused her discretion she could sign.
For an injunction and so they held that injunction.
So now the question is over -- -- now -- Arizona well not quite Arizona's not gonna let this go.
But what they're gonna have to do first I believe before they appeal to the Supreme Court.
Is go to the ninth circuit and save.
We wanted to have air everybody everyone on the ninth circuit here on back rather than just these three judges and by the way it was a split decision.
There was majority of concurring and -- can -- opinion and then a dissenting dissenting in part opinion so you already see a little bit of dissent within the three judges.
They would go to the full panel and if they get that on Banc hearing as if they the ninth circuit says okay the injunction still stands.
Then I think you're likely to the Supreme Court.
Took a look at the decision this morning and as I understand it notwithstanding the fact that -- of civil libertarian groups are cheering the decision.
-- the judge's decision but that the district court and now -- -- -- we're really based on federal preemption ground.
Right recognized civil liberties not a civil liberties which is going to be the big issue right now assists for the supremacy clause.
You know that the feds try to trump over the state law in any case but they didn't actually rule on the merits yet right his right to put a lot of language in there minutes' -- -- it's not the ruling itself the ruling is just that.
She didn't abuse her power her description an issue an injunction to begin -- That's her decision was basically saying.
The constitution gives these authorities gives it gives these -- our right to the federal government -- the state government.
But that really speak to the issue of how this law came to exist because the reason voters I think wanted a law like this.
Was because notwithstanding that the feds have the authority to do this thing on enforcing -- -- And that's the thing is that the state -- come in and say well we have police power to enforce even federal laws and that you know that's but I think that's an argument that will make the Supreme Court.
Another thing that could.
I'll -- up to the Supreme Court a little faster is -- other states and other other states contemplating passing the same law.
And -- then you have a conflict between state some states have but some states don't.
Well then that makes it a real case -- the Supreme Court is gonna take a look at because one of the things that they're there are overtures are.
Conflicts between states state laws right -- It's interesting I don't think there's any question these laws are gonna proliferate because the voters in Arizona the -- that led to this law is shared by voters especially in other border states rank and heads aren't acting.
My and so you're going to see and also politically Jan Brewer the governor she got reelected.
On this well yes if you have stepping down obvious -- -- had to -- -- she's not backing -- mass -- Long and left with us about that'll be interesting.
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