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TEXAS AG RULES IMMIGRANT SOLDIERS ENTITLED TO FREE COLLEGE TUITION

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The Texas Attorney General has ruled that soldiers who were permanent residents before being sent overseas to serve cannot be treated differently than US citizens when it comes to sharing the benefit of receiving free tuition at state colleges. The AG's ruling should send a signal to nearby Arizona that the Equal Protection protections of the Constitution's 14th Amendments are real and that a plan being considered in that state to deny US citizen children birth certificates because there parents are unauthorized immigrants is illegal.

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