Immigration Archive

Politics Up Close: State Rep. Joel Briscoe

Week three of the Utah legislature’s 2011 session is wrapping up. We checked in with freshman Democratic Representative Joel Briscoe on the

Sandstrom: Not Watering Down My Bill

Responding to concerns about the cost and resources it would take to enforce his anti-illegal immigration bill, Republican Representative Stephen Sandstrom unveiled

Lawmakers Move Closer to Scrapping Driving Privilege Card

Illegal immigrants would no longer be able to legally drive a car in Utah, if the state legislature passes a Senate bill

Salt Lake City Concerned about Cost of Immigration Bill

A new analysis from the Utah Legislature estimates a bill aimed at catching undocumented immigrants would cost local cities and counties in

Resolution Urges Congress to Act on Immigration, or Give Authority to States

Several bills in the Utah legislature this year aim to deal with illegal immigration on the state level. And lawmakers in one

Robles Picks Up GOP Lawmaker to Sponsor Illegal Immigration Bill

A GOP lawmaker will join Democratic State Senator Luz Robles in sponsoring a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to work in

Herbert: Immigration Bill Can’t be Unfunded Mandate

As the Utah Legislature prepares to debate immigration, Governor Gary Herbert is warning that any immigration bills that are passed had better

Lawmakers’ Hands Full this Session with Immigration, State Budget

State lawmakers are up to their knees in immigration-related bills to sift through as the legislative session kicks off today. But with