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Maryland Senate delays immigrant tuition bill

ANNAPOLIS — Senators have delayed granting in-state college tuition rates to illegal immigrants, possibly killing the measure with the clock running down on the 2011 session. The Senate voted 29-17 to send the in-state tuition measure back to the House, ...

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Cost of in-state tuition for illegals debated

ANNAPOLIS — The cost of offering in-state college tuition to illegal immigrants who graduate from Maryland high schools might be significantly higher than estimated, since they were based only on figures from Montgomery College and none of the other community ...

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Maryland immigrant in-state tuition bill advances

ANNAPOLIS — A measure allowing some illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at Maryland passed the Maryland Senate on Monday. The bill passed 27-20 still must be approved by the House of Delegates before going to Gov. Martin O’Malley, ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: Charging in-state rate for immigrants’ children makes economic sense

We urge members of the General Assembly to vote in favor of providing in-state college tuition rates for qualified children of documented and undocumented immigrants. Note that media attention surrounding this issue has not touched on the fact that legal, ...

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Political summit to draw Maryland’s top leaders

COLLEGE PARK — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says there will be “a very tough battle” this year on legislation to allow children of illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to public colleges and universities. Miller said Monday during ...

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