Matias Ramos, who graduated from UCLA last year, said the out-of-state costs exceed the annual family income for many illegal immigrant students. Ramos, an illegal immigrant from Argentina, said that such students who attend public California colleges and universities are accepted based on their academics, talents and involvement and shouldn't be penalized because of a broken immigration system that leaves them few options.That's from today's article, California Supreme Court to take on state law granting in-state tuition to illegal immigrants, which you can read here.
Monday, January 5, 2009
Posted by Matias Ramos
I had been in the LA Times before, but never in these terms: