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Week in review: 6/3/11

Immigrant tuition foes gather names Opponents of in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants submitted petitions with more than 40,000 signatures to the State Board of Elections in their plan to put the measure on the November 2012 ballot. This was more ...

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Commentary: Save the in-state rate for lawful residents

Maryland must be flush with cash, because many state legislators are eager to give tuition breaks to people who are in this country illegally. According to the fiscal note accompanying the in-state-tuition bill now under consideration, Maryland taxpayers will have ...

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Senate leader: Tuition vote will be tough battle

COLLEGE PARK — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Monday he is expecting a tough battle this year on legislation to allow illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to public colleges and universities under specific circumstances in Maryland. Miller, ...

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Tuition holds the line at UM Law

It seems students at the University of Maryland School of Law have already gotten a great present this holiday season: no tuition increase next year. This despite other schools within the University of Maryland, Baltimore seeing an average tuition increase ...

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Students protest as UK gov’t debates tripling tuition

LONDON — British lawmakers on Thursday approved a controversial plan to triple university tuition fees by a narrow margin after some government legislators rebelled amid violent protests outside Parliament. The plan to raise the cap on tuition fees to 9,000 ...

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