Monday, November 5, 2012

Maryland voters to decide whether in-state tuition applies to illegal immigrants
Ricky Campos was at the top of his high school class in Silver Spring, Md.
"I worked very hard," he said recently. "I like learning."
But unlike other high-achieving Maryland teenagers, Campos is barred from receiving in-state tuition rates at The University of Maryland, his first choice of colleges. The problem? His parents are illegal immigrants, having entered the country from El Salvador when he was 12 years old.
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