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One man’s plan to get in-state tuition

Paul OlsonSarasota, Fla.

Thank you for publishing the editorial supporting the Colorado Legislature’s attempt to pass a law allowing illegal alien immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Colorado universities and colleges. As a second home Breckenridge resident, I am trying to figure out a way for my 14-year-old son to attend college in Colorado after he finishes high school. Since he will graduate from a Florida high school, he would be required to pay the much higher out of state tuition.But with your advanced warning, we can devise a plan for him to leave the country and go to Sweden for the summer and establish residency there, then go to Canada, then sneak across the border to re-enter the U.S. illegally then make his way to Colorado. Voila! In state tuition.I’ll save a bundle – all at the expense of the Colorado taxpayers.The only question I have for the Colorado Legislature and the Summit Daily News is, “are you insane?”


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