Utah leaders — including government, education, business and religious groups — came together last fall to draft a set of principles to guide the immigration debate in the state.
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2011/04/11/liberal-immigration-activists-push-utah-compact-national-model-dealing/#ixzz1JuSu1dMC
That's right, Utah's 'prized' immigration laws are being touted as the national answer to immigration.
I hate to make this comparison, but sex slaves only exist because of demand.
A good chunk of illegal immigrants find a 'better' life in America because a) it's better, b) they get work.
Someone is hiring cheap labor. Probably in the cheap clothes you buy and the burgers that have tomatoes. We can't escape it....or can we?
Let's combat the demand side with a bit more ferocity and see where that takes us in stemming illegal immigration. Might even help local unemployment numbers.