SPLC files lawsuit to stop unconstitutional policy that triples cost of college

SPLC lawsuit: South Carolina’s tuition policy discriminates against U.S. citizens

Aspiring college students in South Carolina are being denied in-state college tuition rates and financial assistance if they cannot prove the immigration status of their parents. Tuition costs for these students can be tripled. The SPLC has just filed a federal lawsuit to end this unconstitutional practice so that these U.S. citizens can continue their education. READ MORE

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