(CNN) – Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl released a statement Monday regarding the United States District Court of Arizona's decision:
"We are deeply disappointed in the court's ruling today and disagree with the court's opinion that the Arizona's law will unduly 'burden' the enforcement of federal immigration law.
"Instead of wasting tax payer resources filing a lawsuit against Arizona and complaining that the law would be burdensome, the Obama Administration should have focused its efforts on working with Congress to provide the necessary resources to support the state in its efforts to act where the Federal government has failed to take responsibility."
"After this decision, it's even more important to implement our Ten Point Border Security plan to protect Arizonans and our country."
Read a statement from Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer after the jump.
"We don't know exactly where we are going to go. We knew that regardless of what happened today one side or the other side was going to appeal. ... So this begins the process," Brewer said. "This is an injunction. They have not heard the merits of the bill. ... This is just an injunction, a temporary injunction.
"We are going to continue to request that we get heard on this and the citizens of Arizona are protected.
"I think it is important that they, the federal government, got relief from the courts to not do their job. That means now they have got this temporary injunction, they need to step up and do the job that they have the responsibility to do for the people of America and the people of Arizona." -Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.