Pennsylvania Dream Act

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Undocumented students in PA could soon make their dreams of higher education a reality.  Sen. Lloyd Smucker introducing the Pennsylvania Dream Act Tuesday in Harrisburg.  The bill will provide the opportunity for undocumented students to pay in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities.  In order to qualify, students must have graduated from a Pennsylvania high school or a GED.  So far, 13 other states have already passed their version of the Dream Act.


  • No fool

    How can a person be a responsible citizen while ignoring the law. These young people may not be here on their own. But referring to people here illegally as "undocumented" is disingenuous.

  • Cozmo50

    If none of Smucker's constituants want this, why in the world would he introduce it? One onf the "illegals" is even wearing a shirt with the word "undocumented" on the front. Like he was boasting and laughing in our face.

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