Arizona's Immigration Law Heads To San Francisco

By Scott Sarvay

November 1, 2010 Updated Nov 1, 2010 at 4:45 PM EST

ARIZONA/ CALIFORNIA (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Arizona's controversial new immigration law is before a federal appeals court Monday.

A three-judge panel is hearing arguments from lawyers representing Arizona Governor Jan Brewer.

She appealed a lower court ruling that put parts of the immigration law on hold.

The judges are trying to determine what role local authorities can play in regulating immigration.

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