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Utahns Against Illegal Immigration Say Bush Isn't Going Far Enough

Utahns Against Illegal Immigration Say Bush Isn't Going Far Enough

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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioWhile President Bush is at the U.S-Mexico border talking about immigration reform, Utah groups against illegal immigration are worried his reform doesn't go far enough.

Rallies railed against illegal immigration last year, but now that reform is coming up again, expect more rallies. That's because anti-illegal immigration activist Phyllis Sears says President Bush is going about immigration reform the wrong way. "I think it began with controlling our borders, and that's the thing that President Bush has consistently [dragged] his feet on," she said.

The Utah Minuteman Project is planning a "Wake Up America" rally in June. Members say immigration reform should not be amnesty.

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