Texas, New Mexico, and now California have what they call the "Dream Act" in which illegal immigrants will be eligible to receive state funded aid for college. Citizens sometimes find it hard enough to get financial aid from these cash strapped states, now these states want to step on their citizen's toes and offer it to people who are here illegally. What ever happened to charity begins at home? Especially when were talking about citizen's tax dollars.
What are your thoughts? People who reside in the 3 named states, would love tp hear your imput.
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