Of course, Utah's unique cultural-political mashup could make passing similar laws (Listen up, Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem) problematic. The LDS Church, which is flourishing among Latin American immigrants, could see its members, leaders and, even worse, its blessed missionaries, required to carry proof of citizenship. The church already has been embarrassed by incidents of "undocumented" missionaries being detained.
Friday, May 14, 2010
Utah's Unique Immigration problem
Glen Warchol points out the elephant in the room that will make things interesting when Utah tries to pass Arizona's immigration law here: