On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments for Arizona v. United States, the case debating the constitutionality of Arizona's controversial 2010 immigration law, SB 1070. The court will decide whether Arizona has the right to enforce legislation that conflicts with federal laws.
The hearing raises crucial questions about how much power states - and the Supreme Court - should have in determining immigration policy. New America Schwartz Fellow Tamar Jacoby, the president of ImmigrationWorks USA, has weighed in on those queries ahead of the arguments.
In the New York Times, she argues that states should be allowed to experiment with immigration law.
And in U.S. News & World Report, she writes about why Congress - not the Supreme Court - should have the ultimate say in immigration legislation.
Stay tuned for more analysis on the hearing later this week.