The legal battle over Arizona's new immigration law begins. Two different sets of challengers held hearings with a federal judge in Phoenix. The first a group of more than one-hundred individuals and civil rights groups and the second, made by the Department of Justice. Alyona discusses with Jordan Sekulow, human rights attorney and Director of International Operations for the American Center for Law and Justice, and Alex Nowrasteh, policy analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, if anyone will actually look at the legality of these two cases? They debate how to pass immigration reform and state's rights.