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The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments on an appeal from Texas after the court blocked a state law that would give police the power to arrest migrants who enter the country illegally. NBC News’ Julia Ainsley reports on how the court will weigh the law’s constitutionally and if it could be argued before the Supreme Court.