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Wisconsin Provides In-State Tuition Rates to Undocumented Students

Wisconsin becomes the 11th state to permit students who are living illegally in the country to pay in-state tuition rates at state schools, according to a story published this week in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

The provision was part of a two-year budget signed on Monday by Gov. Jim Doyle, a Democrat.

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