Petitioners hit the streets to stop tuition breaks for illegal immigrants


The red-and-white placards outside the Motor Vehicle Administration office in Frederick strike some as an invitation: “Sign petition here. No in-state tuition for illegal immigrants,” reports the Baltimore Sun. One after another, supporters walk up. Over the course of the morning, Carol Geisbert welcomes, among others, a Montgomery County mother of three college-bound teens, a truck driver named Dewey Sayers and a 28-year-old Frederick Community College student wearing a Beastie Boys T-shirt. Two Carroll County sisters in their 60s practically skip to the table…

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