Georgia Court Weighs In-State Tuition Policy

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At the Georgia Court of Appeals Thursday, state attorneys argued on behalf of the Board of Regents that a Fulton County judge got their ruling on a controversial policy wrong last year.

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  • Smart Shopper

    I agree with Karen Sacandy 100%. Somehow govt officials have been failing to enforce the immigration laws that some of them were there when made which include a law against "harboring them" and now they outwardly give them more benefits than USA Citizens, appear on shows with them etc. Write me a check to pay for my education before a dime goes to someone who is not even supposed to be here!

  • Karen Sacandy

    I thought this case was rightfully dead. It‘s unconstitutional for an executive to not merely exercise "prosecutorial discretion," but to EXTEND BENEFITS to those here illegally. Another usurpation of the rights of citizens to determine their governments‘ policies. Appalling gall by illegal aliens. Deport them, and follow federal law.

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