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Published: Thursday, Jan. 19 2012 7:00 p.m. MST

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

From this taxpaying citizen to the Chamber:

The "Utah amnesty" bill MUST be repealed, and our borders made secure, and illegals not granted sanctuary or enticements.

Morgan Hill, CA

The talking heads on Fox and CNN would be fumbling over this for the next year.

Salt Lake City, Utah

HB116 The guest worker program act. As a Hispanic, I feel repulsed by this bill as it seeks to make indentured servants of those who are illegal aliens. I have observed various groups who oppose each other on the illegal alien issue come together to oppose this bill and the Senate version SB60. Those who chose to apply for these 'permits' will do so with a false hope. It would be wise to ignore these 'permits'.

HB 116 should be repealed.

Orleans, IN

To stop President Obama and his Liberal progressive Czars as Eric Holder, the only avenue is to elect strict TEA PARTY Constitutionalists in oncoming federal and state elections. There are two points to remember that entering the United States has been intentionally classed by Congress as a civil matter? That it is not classified as a Felony; as it should be? Although being hired for a job or using a stolen ID or another persons Social Security card can be prosecuted as a felony, as they have committed two crimes. The Tea Party will rescind any covert amnesties, sanctuary city ordinances, chain migration, dream act, and additionally overhaul federal spending. Become acquainted NumbersUSA and learn about the billions of dollars taken from taxpayers in unfunded mandates by pandering to illegal aliens. This is labeled as a Backdoor Amnesty. Washington must enact The Legal Workforce Act Known more commonly as Mandated E-Verify. Plus The Birthright Citizenship Act to stop the inducement of bring unborn infants into the country, that provides free welfare, education and health care.

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