Pros and cons of Dream Act debated

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Matt Morgan, who led the repeal effort in St. Mary’s County, said Maryland is currently facing a $1 billion deficit. To deal with that deficit, he said, the federal government has cut money from programs including transportation and Chesapeake Bay Restoration funds; increased fees for land records, vanity tags, motor vehicle titles and birth certificates; increased the alcohol tax by 50 percent; and increased tolls.

“The state of Maryland is broke, yet the Democratic leadership took it upon themselves to give in-state tuition rates for illegal aliens,” Morgan said.

Morgan said the state is not singling out students that are in the country illegally, but is asking them to pay the same tuition rate that a legal student from any international country would pay.

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August 27, 2017
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