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Officials, advocates await ruling on Arizona enforcement law

Ruling has implications for Utah's HB497

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  • Dektol Powell, OH
    June 21, 2012 7:46 a.m.

    If people are here ILLEGALLY - you catch and deport. It is really quite simple. Enforce the laws or get rid of them.

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    June 21, 2012 6:16 a.m.

    This is why the United States has no law and order, every one is passing laws but no one will enforce them. Once they are passed they are enforceable and no decision on a law in one state is applicable to laws in ant other state.

    This concept of waiting is ridiculous and wasting the lives and money of the american people. We know the right and wrong of our rights as a country and city and citizens and if their is any dispute then it is irrelevant to enforcing the laws. Law enforcement does not have the right or privilege of choosing laws to enforce, they enforce all the laws regardless of how they feel about them. Our legislators write the laws, police enforce them without question or personal ideas.

    The laws or Arizona are not our laws and our laws are not the laws of Arizona so the relevance is moot and the laws must be enforced until other wise. Its an injustice to american citizens and America for law enforcment to question and debate a law already enacted.

    Get to work and earn your pay, that is our right to demand from the police.