Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is standing her ground on the state's controversial new immigration law. Following a meeting with President Barack Obama, who has openly opposed the law, she said, "It was the right thing to do. I believe we are protecting the people of Arizona. And beyond that I believe we are protecting the people of America." She did hint, however, that Arizona would work with the feds on immigration issues: Within a fortnight the White House will dispatch officials to Arizona to brief the state's government on the National Guard troops to be deployed and Obama's $500 million spending proposal to secure the Mexican border. "I am encouraged there is going to be much better dialogue between the federal government and state of Arizona," Brewer said, adding, "I hope that's not wishful thinking."