July 20, 2007, - 4:07 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Over the last year, I’ve written a lot about the DREAM Act, a bill to give in-state tuition and–in many cases–complete scholarships (tax-funded) to college to illegal aliens. But far too many states already do this, courtesy of your tax dime and your kids’ paid tuition. (This is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit, fought by my friend, courageous secure borders advocate and lawyer, Kris Kobach, of the University of Missouri-Kansas City.)
Rocky Mountain Neo-Con writes that, in Fort Collins, Colorado,
Poudre High School counselor Isabel Thacker, has found a way to play the system, via a loop hole, that allows ILLEGAL aliens to attend college at the University of New Mexico, (UNM) through a program that Thacker helped to develop. The news report says that, “In most states, such an opportunity for undocumented students is not available.”
So why is it legal and available in New Mexico? RMN-C has the complete story.
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