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SALT LAKE CITY — In this Sunday Edition: The floodgates are about to open in the debate over immigration reform. Can Washington reconcile the differences in time to get something done this year? Plus, a closer at the Fertility Game — The myths, science and trends in Utah explained by fertility doctors and potential parents. And Doug Wright will check out legislation that would allow you to use your cell phone to provide proof of insurance.
Starting today... Lawmakers begin to sort out differences between their immigration plan and president Obama's. Like: How long will it take for people living here illegally to become citizens? Immigrants say five years. But lawmakers want to make sure the borders are secure first - that could take longer. Another big difference: the white house wants same-sex immigrants to apply just like all other families.
Conservatives may have issues with that. Some still aren't sold on the idea of allowing 11 million illegal workers to stay here at all. Groups pushing for reform want to see it happen quickly, a solution for the nation and for millions who dream of becoming Americans.
If you've faced infertility or know someone who has treatment can seem like a bit of a game. Lori Prichard shows how information and technology are improving the odds of the fertility game, and two physicians discuss the treatments at length.
Utah is aiming to be known as a high-tech state. But Doug Wright has found an area where we could use some improvement and a proposed bill that could fix it.