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Illegal Immigrants Offered Lower Tuition for Higher Educationi
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Chris Simkins
October 01, 2012 7:47 PM
This November, voters in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland will decide whether to uphold a state law giving some undocumented immigrants tuition breaks at state-run universities and community colleges.VOA's Chris Simkins reports Maryland could become the 12th state in the nation to offer undocumented immigrants lower tuition for higher education.

Illegal Immigrants Offered Lower Tuition for Higher Education

Chris Simkins

Published October 01, 2012

This November, voters in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland will decide whether to uphold a state law giving some undocumented immigrants tuition breaks at state-run universities and community colleges.VOA's Chris Simkins reports Maryland could become the 12th state in the nation to offer undocumented immigrants lower tuition for higher education.


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