4/20/11: The Utah Compact, the LDS Church and State Immigration Reform
Wednesday, we're talking about the Utah Compact and its role in the state's immigration debate. The Compact is getting national attention as a model for compassionate reform. It's supported by a coalition of Utah leaders including the LDS Church and it set the stage for a package of new state immigration laws. BYU political scientist Quin Monson is among our guests. He joins us to reveal the results of a poll that looks at the effect of the Compact on the public's view of immigration reform.
- Did the Utah Compact actually change attitudes about immigration?, Quin Monson, BYU/Utah Data Points
- Paul Rolly, Some GOP delegates don't buy LDS position on immigration