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APPEALS COURT: ‘Dreamers’ not entitled to in-state tuition

The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that “Dreamers” are not entitled to reduced tuition available to in-state students. Judge Kenton Jones, writing for the court, said the decisions by the Obama administration to let those who arrived in this country illegally as children to remain — and even to work — “do not translate into the recipients’ eligibility for in-state tuition or other state and local public benefits.” (Courier file photo)

The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that “Dreamers” are not entitled to reduced tuition available to in-state students. Judge Kenton Jones, writing for the court, said the decisions by the Obama administration to let those who arrived in this country illegally as children to remain — and even to work — “do not translate into the recipients’ eligibility for in-state tuition or other state and local public benefits.” (Courier file photo)

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