"Utah may offer a better model than Arizona for dealing with illegal immigrants." In the wake of a federal challenge to Arizona's newest immigration law, Utah is looking for middle ground. Whether states can offer individual solutions, however, will depend on the outcome of the challenge. For now, Utah is planning a guest worker program: "Employers in Utah could request workers and the Mexican authorities would screen applicants. Utah would issue these Mexicans a guest-worker card similar to the driving permits it already gives illegal immigrants. It would separate 'the work line from the immigration line,' says Mr Shurtleff [Utah's attorney-general]."