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Md. must reject Dream Act nightmare

Last year, Gov. Martin O'Malley signed Senate Bill 167 into law which granted Illegal immigrant college students the same tuition rate normally reserved for legal citizens of Maryland.

Later, more than 110,000 Maryland citizens signed a petition to stop and block this law from going into effect.

On Nov. 6, Maryland citizens will be able to choose whether to reject this unwise and controversial law via Question 4.

For Maryland taxpayers to subsidize such a radical and unwise law to support Illegal immigrants with in-state tuition is a unjust and unnecessary burden imposed on us by our liberal governor. This must be voted out and there must be no tuition or financial support for Illegal immigrants in this state — in spite of the pressures from the liberal left-wing organization Casa de Maryland

Al Eisner, Silver Spring

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