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Published: Wednesday, April 27 2011 4:00 p.m. MDT

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Vernal, UT

The only way this can work is if Utah works through the existing Federal visa programs. If Utah does that, then fine. But, if it is trying to set up something completely separate and new, then someone still hasn't figured out that the Feds control the border.

The way this story reads, it sounds like a certain someone maybe put some bucks into a few Utah legislature's campaigns.

Kearns, UT

Oh Iam sure more than a few of our politician's are seeing dollar signs.

Utah Joe
murray, utah

It's nice to hear about a productive approach to managing the Mexican border. There is no question that we are linked to our southern neighbors. The border is not going away. We are wise to engage with them and make both of our economies stronger. My thanks to people like the man described in this article.


This uses the H-2a and b visa program already in use by the Federal government. All this does is give preference to people in that area, over other people waiting world wide.

I don't think that's fair.

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