The California Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that illegal immigrants may continue to receive in-state tuition at California colleges and Universities.
The decision overturns a lower court ruling.
In their ruling, the state court said California law specifically guarantees in-state tuition, a lower price, for students attending local schools for at least three years.
In their ruling, the court said that state law does not conflict with federal prohibitions for educational benefits for illegal immigrants ased on residency.
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