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Cali SB 349 rescinding illegal's tuition

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Kestryll, Jun 22, 2006.

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  1. Kestryll

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    I got this in an e-mail, so we're paying for the illegal's tuition....

    Rescinding In-state Tuition for Illegal Immigrants - SB 349

    Senator McClintock authored SB 349, which would rescind the in-state tuition subsidy for illegal immigrants attending state universities and community colleges that was granted by AB 540 in 2001.

    However, a bill by Senator Gil Cedillo, SB 160, would allow illegal immigrant students to receive state sponsored financial aid in addition to the in-state tuition.

    http://www.tommcclintock.net/news.php?news_id=79&start=0&category_id=&parent_id=&arcyear=&arcmonth=

    Gotta love his part:
    "Consider two students from Mexico. One obeys every immigration law to come here legally. He files for the appropriate visas, he runs the gauntlet of the application process and he meets every requirement for legal status in the United States. The other has broken every immigration law for the last three years and is in the United States illegally.

    The only difference is this: the LEGAL immigrant – who obeyed our laws -- will be charged nearly $23,000 to attend the University of California ; the ILLEGAL immigrant will pay $6,000 with California taxpayers contributing the remaining $17,000.

    Or consider an American citizen who just moved here LEGALLY from Arizona . She will also be charged the out-of state tuition. And while she is waiting tables to pay her tuition costs, her taxes will be used to subsidize the illegal immigrant. "
     
  2. longeyes

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    $17,000 is peanuts to pay for a lifelong Democratic voter, wouldn't you say?
     
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    of all the things...scraping to get my tuition and books paid..:fire: where does one go to apply to get the perks like this..oh nevermind..citizens cant get them.Im glad someone has taken a better look at this.

    talk about being "owned"....geesh



    "However, a bill by Senator Gil Cedillo, SB 160, would allow illegal immigrant students to receive state sponsored financial aid in addition to the in-state tuition".

    I guess being dishonest and unethical can be rewarding to some people.
     
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    "$17,000 is peanuts to pay for a lifelong Democratic voter, wouldn't you say?"

    THAT ABOUT :cuss: SUMS IT UP!
     
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    Just a few more years...and I'm out of here.:mad:
     
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    *does a traditional Native American Earthquake Dance*

    If it hits just right, it could submerge LA and split the rest of CA off from mexico.
     
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    Tired of the old BS.... need new BS

    32 days and counting....and I am out of Kali heading to a free state - Texas....

    JS
     
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    McClintock's a good man, too good for California.
     
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