An Arizona judge has thrown out a challenge to a new law that would revoke the business licenses of employers violating immigration laws and require employers to participate in the federal e-Verify system. The judge's ruling was based on technicalities - claiming that no one has suffered any harm yet because the law doesn't take effect until January 1st and because the wrong parties were sued (county prosecutors should have been named as defendants rather than the governor). Expect the ruling to be challenged or the case to be refiled since no determination on the actual substance of the complaint has yet been made. But this also means that the law will very likely go in to force on January 1st.