Always read the fine print.
Mr Ramirez, whose family brought him to California when he was three years old, pays in-state tuition, which is the law of the land in California (and upheld by the State Supreme Court, which I have no problem with).
they will go postal over tuition increases:
UC San Francisco Police Chief Pamela Roskowski said the confrontation was potentially dangerous and defended the use of pepper spray against about 15 demonstrators. She also confirmed that one UC officer had drawn his service revolver when he was rushed by a crowd of demonstrators, one of whom grabbed the officer’s baton and hit him with it, she said. That officer and one other were slightly injured in the incidents. No shots were fired.Nice. I used to be fond of calling such things the "Koreanization of America." Get the tear gas.
"I used to be fond of calling such things the "Koreanization of America."" I guess you forgot that these one of these little riots began before there was an America back in colonial Lexington and Concord in the "olde" Commonwealth.ReplyDelete
As for illegal aliens, it must be nice that California has the market cornered on the best and brightest. It seems that Texas is overrun with cases like this one.