Immigration: Will Utah Follow Arizona's Lead?

With an eye to the example of Arizona, Utah, which may have upwards of 110,000 undocumented aliens, may be taking the issue of illegal immigration into its own hands. Earlier this week, a group of 12 Utah legislators from the house and senate (three Democrats and nine Republicans) traveled to their controversial neighbor to the south to learn more about the impact of passing statewide immigration reforms. Full Story »

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Molly Zuckerman
3.3
by Molly Zuckerman - Oct. 15, 2010

This news article engrosses the institutional basis of framing. It follows the legal issues regarding immigration in the state of Utah. It compares Utah to Arizona within the issue of the Immigration Enforcement Act. Although the work is not completely biased, there are times where there are biased words used such as “aliens”. The first sentence frames the article in a way the reader may have a fixed idea about the writer’s political view on the subject. Overall the article was really well written but it could use more specific details on Utah’s plan for immigration reform.

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