Utah looks odd sitting beside Arizona and Alabama but the federal government is now suing the Beehive State to strike down its immigration law. But this law is different from the more draconian laws that emphasize the need for immigrants to prove that they are legal residents. So what is different in Utah? And why did the federal government decide to sue anyway to invalidate the law?
 
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David Montero, Reporter, Salt Lake Tribune
Tony Yapias, Exec Dir, Proyecto Latino de Utah

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