In fight for in-state tuition, undocumented immigrants walk across N.J.
Members of the Latino Student Alliance and other students protest in favor of in-state tuition at Rutgers University in New Brunswick in this 2010 file photo.
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#1 Nov 19, 2013
Little unknown fact. If they're given in State tuition. the bill goes to the State. Most Latino's get grant's and federal loans. The States when allowing this obligates the State first. So why in the world are they doing this. Demanding as usual more from Americans, not their homelands.
#2 Nov 19, 2013
BTW/ they do not pay tuition period. More Mexicans in Utah Schools have received money from grant's and Church's.They do not pay for there Educations.
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