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The Oregon Senate approves a bill that would give some Oregon students access to in-state tuition rates at public universities, even if those students are not legal residents of the State. Senate President Peter Courtney was one of 18 Senators who voted yes. Some opponents say the mandate to provide education for undocumented children should end with high school. The students must qualify meet the same academic standards as other students who apply for admission to the state schools and prove their English proficiency.  The bill heads to the House for further consideration.

 

 

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