University of California, illegal immigrant students await court decision on college subsidies
From the Northern California Record:
This case will decide whether the university’s board of regents has the authority to offer in-state tuition for illegal immigrants at all campuses. De Vries, who is represented by Judicial Watch, claimed that the regents allegedly were in violation of federal law by giving in-state tuition prices to illegal immigrants. The case was heard Nov. 3 and a decision is expected by February or March.