Immigration Archive

Judge Stays Implementation of Immigration Law

A federal judge has put the brakes on an illegal immigration enforcement law that went into effect today, following a lawsuit from

Politics Up Close: ACLU Sues over Immigration Law

It was called a watered down version of Arizona’s enforcement only immigration law when it was passed by the Utah legislature. But

Bishop Wester Joins White House for Immigration Meeting

Utah’s approach to illegal immigration is piquing the curiosity of leaders in Washington. Bishop John Wester of the Salt Lake City Catholic

Politics Up Close: Chaffetz on Libya, Federal Budget

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is one of the leading voices against President Obama’s decision to intervene in Libya. We talked with the

Huntsman’s Star Rises, Hatch Gets Mad

With former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman’s brother Peter Huntsman confirming the current Ambassador to China is indeed interested in running for president,

Utah Governor Signs Immigration Reform Bills, Says They Could be Model for Other States

Less than a week after the legislative session concluded, Governor Gary Herbert gathered with other Utah leaders at the capitol Tuesday as

Politics Up Close: Legislative Round-Up

Thursday night marked the end of 45 days of budget, education, and open records debates at the Utah Legislature, as Senators and

Legislative Session Ends with Capitol Protest

Education reform, illegal immigration and restricting open records dominated the 2011 session of the Utah legislature, which wrapped up last night at

Governor Discusses Open Records, Immigration, Budget

It won’t be implemented until July, but Governor Gary Herbert is still getting calls for HB 477, which restricts Utah’s open records

Groups Urge Governor to Veto Undocumented Worker Bill

Groups that are typically at odds on most political issues are finding common ground as they call on Governor Gary Herbert to