Undocumented NJ students may get in-state tuition under DREAM Act

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NEW JERSEY (PIX11) – Undocumented students in New Jersey may soon be able to receive in-state tuition and be eligible for financial aid at state schools.

The Senate will vote Monday on the proposal nationally known as the DREAM Act.

Senator Teresa Ruiz’s proposal cleared the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee last week.

If it passes, it will need to move through the General Assembly before landing on Governor Christie’s desk.

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