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By Jordan Sekulow1328655421000

Earlier today I appeared on Fox News to discuss Arizona’s latest filing in the Supreme Court case that epitomizes President Obama’s assault on the states. Arizona’s argument is simple: As a state, it has the right to protect its citizens and implement reasonable illegal immigration regulations to enforce federal law.

The ACLJ is representing more than 50 Members of Congress, filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court supporting Arizona’s right to defend itself. Representatives Bilbray and Franks are leading a group of more than 50 Members of Congress, including Senators DeMint and Vitter, in signing onto our brief.

You can watch the entire Fox News interview above.

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