Gov. Jan Brewer’s signing of SB 1070 into law has one more obstacle to overcome before it can be permanently placed on the books. It has to pass the scrutiny of the courts. In our system of government there are three equal branches of government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Although lawmaking is constrained to the legislative and executive branches of government, the courts can overturn law and rule it unconstitutional. However, it is common practice for the legislative and executive bodies to vet the constitutionality of their proposed laws before they are placed on the legislative agenda. Given that SB 1070 was appropriately vetted, it begs to question: why so many conclusively label Arizona’s SB 1070 as unconstitutional? Has politics blinded the eyes of Arizona’s legal analysts or do the masses have it wrong?