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Bill would ban undocumented immigrants from public higher ed

Posted by on Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 5:05 PM

It's only the second day of the session and already the GOP is ramping up the hate machine:
First up, undocumented immigrants.
House bill 11, sponsored by state Rep. George Cleveland, a Republican from Onslow County, would prohibit undocumented immigrants from attending North Carolina colleges and universities.
Currently, undocumented immigrants may attend these schools, but only under certain restrictions. For example, they must pay out-of-state tuition, which is as much as four times more expensive than in-state rates.
You can read the text of the bill here: H11v0.pdf

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