"Salt Lake City's Hispanic community is gearing up for the implementation of Senate Bill 81, a controversial immigration reform that has many concerned about how it will be enforced. Archie Archuleta with the Utah Coalition of La Raza said people share Police Chief Chris Burbank's concern that the law encourages racial profiling.
"We don't want our people picked up while driving, driving while brown," Archuleta said. "And we're telling people to be careful, and to be calm, and to comport themselves well with the police, and that they have certain rights, which include being able to call your consulate, being able to call a lawyer, being able to call a friend.""https://kcpw.org/article/7703
Elizabeth Ziegler, KCPW (Salt Lake City) , 10 April 2009
Updated: Tue, Apr 14th 2009 @ 1:29pm EDT