Latino groups lobby for in-state tuition
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#1 Mar 17, 2009
At least one Colorado Sentor, Nancy Spence (R) Colorado sees this as not only a problem, but a violation of Federal law. Thank Gawd for Nancy Spence. The illegals can never work in the U.S., so why would anyone want to give them a break on tuition?
On the other hand, Sen. Chris Romer (D) is only concerned about the federal dollars coming in. Well Romer, those dollars from the taxpayers will pay for U.S. Citizens and their children's tuition. Is the entire democratic party off its' rocker?
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