Comment of the Day

Reader: Metro State program for undocumented students could make one DREAM come true

Yesterday, Patricia Calhoun lauded Metro State for a new tuition plan for undocumented students -- one that would provide a dollars-and-cents break for the very type of young people who'd be helped by the currently stalled DREAM Act. One reader with a very personal reason for supporting this program spoke out, too.

Ozzy Katt00 writes:

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK METRO!!!

I'M ONE OF MANY UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS THAT HAVE LIVED IN COLORADO FOR 17 YEARS AND WOULD REALLY LOVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PROGRESS IN MY EDUCATION!

GOOD JOB, GOD BLESS ALL YOUR HARD WORK AND INTEREST METRO!!!

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