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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    When was the last time California got something - anything - right?
    I'd have to use the internet time machine and do research.... but I'm too lazy today to bother. Would you accept: "Not for a very very long time" as an answer?
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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    Wow...this sucks really....Why in the world would they not rule on this...seems cut and dried to me

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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    Illegals can't vote, in most cases.
    Did you miss the part about"get their citizenship..."

    YOU DID!
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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    When was the last time California got something - anything - right?
    1948?
    but I have to admit I really lack knowledge of things that are done in California.
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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    The CA law does not give illegal's the right to in state tutition, it gives their children that right.


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    The students object to a state law allowing their classmates, who are illegal aliens, the conditional ability to pay in-state or "resident" rates.

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    Re: Supreme Court Passes on Case on Tuition Break for Illegals

    I live in the Republik of Kalifornia. Their answer to any budget shortfall is to raise taxes. In my opinion, he Public Service Unions that got Jerry Brown elected literally run the state and the Legislature. What other state do Prison Guards gat paid from the time they close their car door in the parking lot till they get to their time clock. In Kalifornia the average cost per prisoner is almost $50,000 per year in Texas it's $28,000.
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