26 states, including Indiana, Wednesday petitioned to have the high court hear the case.
The state will not pursue an appeal of the preliminary injunction, instead focusing on opposing the permanent injunction.
While the state argues it's merely trying to enact and enforce immigration laws, the ACLU of Indiana thinks the state is overstepping its bounds.
Indiana currently has over 100,000 cell numbers on the list.
The governor vetoed the bill because he believes it would violate the Indiana Constitution.
Indiana is cracking down on so-called medical discount cards.
Earlier this week, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined a lawsuit seeking to declare new health insurance laws unconstitutional.