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Thousands of Illegal Immigrants Paying In-State Tuition Rates Also Get Texas Financial Aid

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Illegal immigrants that are paying in-state tuition in Texas will now have the opportuinty to apply for financial aid, according to a Oct 15 article by Dallas News.  

Is this unfair for students that already fighting for financial aid or an opportunity for everyone to be treated fairly? Will other states take similar steps? Tell us what you think!

http://www.dallasnews.com/news/state/headlines/20121015-thousands-of-illegal-immigrants-paying-in-state-tuition-rates-also-get-texas-financial-aid.ece

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