A law that very specifically said no state can give in-state tuition to illegal aliens unless that state gives in-state tuition to all U.S. citizens, regardless of where they come from.
The last time I checked, Utah was not a state that endorses high-stakes gambling.
This is a mistake that could cost Utah taxpayers money. Last time I checked, Utah was not a state that supported high-stakes gambling.
Article II will trump anything Congress tries to do through statute.
I'd like to see Utah correct its error on its own, rather than be forced to do so by a court. The Legislature is betting, potentially, millions of dollars that the Utah statute will stand up in court. Frankly, that's not at all clear.
The number one group that suffers when illegal aliens enter the United States en masse is the lower income U-S citizen worker.