SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - As
more states consider stronger immigration laws, political, business and
religious leaders from throughout the West examined the economic impact
of enforcement measures and guest-worker programs during a one-day
summit Wednesday in Salt Lake City.
opposed the strict enforcement laws passed in Alabama and Arizona.
Instead, they pointed to a package of bills passed in Utah that included
an enforcement law modeled on Arizona's but balanced by a program that
will allow illegal immigrants to work and pay taxes in Utah if they
register with the state.
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