(KCPW News) One week from today, a controversial, landmark bill intended to give police officers broader power to crack down on illegal immigration will go into effect in Utah. When Senate Bill 81 was debated by the state legislature in 2008, Governor Jon Huntsman initially had several concerns about the state crafting its own immigration laws, but eventually signed it after it was heavily revised, and its implementation was delayed until July 1st of this year. His thinking was that the federal government would intervene on the issue of immigration before then, but so far, it has not. Governor Huntsman isn't available for interviews on the matter right now because of his nomination to be U.S. Ambassador to China, but we talked with him about the subject in December. We revisit that interview to see if his predictions came true.