1. Business leaders committed to Utah Compact of Immigration  ABC 4
  2. Officials reaffirm family-friendly Utah Compact on immigration. LDS Church still backs it but again doesn't sign it.  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. North Salt Lake police seek alleged armed robbery suspect  KUTV 2News
  4. Flu has killed 4 Utah children since October  KUTV 2News
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Utah business leaders came together on Thursday to re-affirm support for principles of the Utah Compact of Immigration.Utah business leaders came together on Thursday to re-affirm support for principles of the Utah Compact of Immigration.

Business leaders committed to Utah Compact of Immigration

Nearly a decade ago, when Utah immigration arguments grew vitriolic, a group of religious, civic and business leaders <a href="https://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=50656971&itype=CMSID" target=_blank>signed the Utah Compact</a>. The document sought to cool debate by emphasizing humane treatment of immigrants, keeping families together and focusing deportation on serious criminals — an approach <a href="https://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=2307360&itype=CMSID">numerous other states later copied</a>.Nearly a decade ago, when Utah immigration arguments grew vitriolic, a group of religious, civic and business leaders <a href="https://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=50656971&itype=CMSID" target=_blank>signed the Utah Compact</a>. The document sought to cool debate by emphasizing humane treatment of immigrants, keeping families together and focusing deportation on serious criminals — an approach <a href="https://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=2307360&itype=CMSID">numerous other states later copied</a>.

Officials reaffirm family-friendly Utah Compact on immigration. LDS Church still backs it but again doesn’t sign it. - The Salt Lake Tribune

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) &mdash; Health officials say four children have died from the flu in Utah since October, and with a new strain of the illness, the threat may not subside for weeks. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Trahern W. Jones, a pediatric infectious disease fellow with the University of Utah School of Medicine and Primary Children's Hospital, said Wednesday that emergency rooms and clinics have been swamped with flu cases.SALT LAKE CITY (AP) &mdash; Health officials say four children have died from the flu in Utah since October, and with a new strain of the illness, the threat may not subside for weeks. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Trahern W. Jones, a pediatric infectious disease fellow with the University of Utah School of Medicine and Primary Children's Hospital, said Wednesday that emergency rooms and clinics have been swamped with flu cases.

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