Skip to comments.Romer pulls reins on tuition bill ( Illegals Dream Act )
Posted on 03/12/2009 9:59:07 AM PDT by george76
The sponsor of a bill to give illegal immigrants in-state tuition says the legislation won't move forward until it becomes clear whether Congress is taking similar action nationally.
Sen. Chris Romer, D-Denver, said he wanted to see the latest draft of the so-called DREAM Act, which would give illegal immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children ...
Out-of-state tuition can often be two to four times as much as the in-state rate.
A Senate education committee approved the bill after a contentious hearing, but Romer's bill hasn't hit the floor of the Senate chamber yet.
But Romer said the bill will remain in a holding pattern until Congress introduces the latest version of the DREAM Act.
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That would be descrimination against out of state Americans moving to Colorado.
The irony is that amnesty for illegal immigrants, thanks to the dominant leftists making it really happen, will definitely turn the U.S. into a socialistic third world country for the long-term that’s full of all kinds of problems, and this is what the illegals were originally trying to get away from in their countries of origin.
How is this not discrimination against out-of-state citizens?
It allows students UP TO THE AGE OF THIRTY!!! (30) to be anchor babies!
IOW no more citizenship requirement for anchorbabies. (which were abolished in 1996)
ANY child at ANY POINT, in a publieek skuel become an anchor baby.
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