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    Va. 'Dreamers' eligible for in-state tuition

    Posted: Apr 29, 2014 9:15 AM PST Updated: Apr 29, 2014 9:15 AM PST
    Associated Press

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - Attorney General Mark Herring is telling Virginia colleges that they can grant in-state tuition to thousands of students who were previously considered ineligible because of their immigration status.

    The policy change, announced Tuesday at Northern Virginia Community College, is a change from the Democrat's Republican predecessors.

    In the past, the attorney general's office had advised that students who entered the country illegally were barred from receiving in-state tuition, even if they were children when they immigrated.

    Herring says students can qualify for the reduced tuition under a special immigration status created by the Obama administration for certain young people brought to the country as children.
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    If I had a child that had to pay out of state tuition in the Virginia, I would insist they change schools immediately. Why should they subsidize illegal foreign nationals?

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