Arizona DOJ Lawsuit:Jan Brewer Fights Back – After a slip up from Hilary Clinton, the administration of Barack Obama announced that they would be launching a lawsuit against Arizona, over the new immigration law that was recently passed that has caused a good amount of controversy around the nation. The show down is one of the most talked about subjects in the nation at this time, and has made a lot of people reconsider their stance on the immigration issue. Detractors of the law have said that it will lead to racial profiling, while others have said that they believe that the law is fine as it is. The current administration has made it clear that they are not in favor of the law, and will fight it tooth and nail to ensure that it is at least altered before going into affect.
“I will ensure the immigration laws we passed are vigorously defended all the way to the United States Supreme Court if necessary, where this reasonable law will ultimately be found constitutional,” Gov. Jan Brewer, R-Ariz., said in a statement Friday.
Brewer added that she will fight just as hard to ensure that the bill that she worked so hard to bring to the lime light is implemented in a way that she sees fit. The lawsuit stems from the belief that the law infringes on the federal oversight of the immigration problem in the country and that allowing officers to engage in the enforcement of immigration issues is not the best path for this country to take at this time.