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14 GOP senators demand regents close universities to illegal immigrants

There are 3 comments on the blogs.ajc.com story from Jun 17, 2010, titled 14 GOP senators demand regents close universities to illegal immigrants. In it, blogs.ajc.com reports that:

Fourteen Republican state senators have told the state Board of Regents that they want Georgia's universities completely shut off from illegal immigrants.

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#1 Jun 17, 2010
Hee-hee-hee...talk about 'unintended consequences';Lil Miss Illegal goes public,calls press conferences,boo-hoos to the media trying to drum up support-instead winds up angering the public and throwing a hot light on the matter of illegals using public funds.
Stop the madness

United States

#2 Jun 17, 2010
Wonder how she made it into college with only half a brain?

Seattle, WA

#3 Jun 18, 2010
Cut of illegals send em packing home :)

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