Out-of-state students who pay higher tuition should sue the state. After all, it is not their faults that their mommies and daddies chose to reside in other states!
“Out-of-state students who pay higher tuition should sue the state.”
Federal laws already mandate that if a state gives illegal aliens in-state tuition, it must also give it to out-of-state US citizens.
Specifically, the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, §1623 states that public post-secondary institutions need not admit illegal aliens at all, but if they do, these aliens cannot receive in-state tuition unless out-of-state United States citizens receive this benefit.
All that is needed is for students to bring an action against the state. Problem: They have to be first injured before they can sue. That is why similar suits have not made it past appeals - the students had not yet started to pay tuition.