so a federal court upheld federal power?
color me shocked
next you’ll feign surprise when the federal courts uphold any and all federal taxes on individuals
I don't think so. I think they firmly supported some imagined power of the executive to ignore the law despite the constitution saying that the executive is to enforce the law of the land.
Arizona was "in trouble" for enforcing federal law in contravention of the executive's decision to ignore the law with forbids what we call illegal immigration. An executive who is allowed to ignore the law is call a despot, I believe.
This should be called the "Despotism Empowerment Decision" in the future.
They will go full circle when they get a ruling that supports a despot making up his own law. He can now ignore enforcing law, and in the future create law on whim. Sounds like old Rome to me.