Texas A&M student government opposes illegal immigrant tuition breaks

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November 8, 2010

11:18 PM

The Texas A&M University Student Senate voted to oppose a state bill that would give in-state tuition to illegal immigrants.

According to the Chronicle for Higher Education,
Texas is one of 10 states that already allow in-state tuition for some illegal immigrants. Four states prohibit them from claiming a tuition break, Georgia and Louisiana, ban them entirely from public colleges.

For more information, see http://voices.washingtonpost.com/college-inc/2010/11/texas_students_oppose_immigran.html#more

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