House allows state control of illegal immigrant education

October 1996
Human Events;10/11/96, Vol. 52 Issue 38, p23
Reports that the US House of Representatives passed the Illegal Immigration Education Restrictions Bill which permits states to bar illegal immigrants from public education, by a vote of 254 to 175. Ceding decision-making power over immigration reform to the states.


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