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Md. Clears College Path for Undocumented

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Illegal immigrants who meet certain conditions—including completing two years at a community college and proving that their parents paid state income taxes—will be eligible for in-state college tuition in Maryland under a bill signed last week by Gov. Martin O'Malley. Republican opponents are leading a petition drive in hopes of overturning the legislation in a 2012 referendum.

Vol. 30, Issue 31, Page 4

Published in Print: May 18, 2011, as Md. Clears College Path for Undocumented
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