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    MA: Tufts president asks aid for undocumented students

    Tufts president asks aid for undocumented students
    By Associated Press
    Thursday, April 15, 2010 - Added 6h ago


    MEDFORD - Tufts University President Lawrence Bacow has sent a letter to Massachusetts Sens. John Kerry and Scott Brown asking them to support a proposal that would allow undocumented college students a pathway to permanent residency and U.S. citizenship.

    Bacow gave his endorsement Wednesday to the Dream Act, a bill being considered in Congress. It would open an avenue to conditional permanent residency for students illegally in the country who want to go to college.

    Non-citizens still would not be eligible for federal financial aid but would be able to get student loans.

    Last year, Harvard President Drew Faust wrote a similar letter to Kerry and the late Sen. Edward Kennedy.

    Kerry has said he supports the Dream Act.

    Brown has said he was against some proposals such as in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants at state institutions.
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    Senior Member lccat's Avatar
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    Again, the real Dream Act would send these students back to their HOME countries and stop draining our resources that could be used to assist United States Citizens and NOT the ILLEGALS and their Anchors! Just follow the money! The Elitist Politicians and their Elitist Political Contributors want to continue to have United States Citizens pay the benefits for their ILLEGALS while they continue to have their BOTTOM LINES increased with the Cheap ILLEGAL Labor at the taxpayer's expense!

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