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Immigrant tuition break gets new life in Senate

Sen. Dwight Bullard and Rep. Ricardo Rangel talk with protestors in the Capitol's fourth-floor lobby on Tuesday after the Senate revived the in-state tuition bill. Photo by Bill Cotterell.

Students demonstrating in the Capitol rotunda for legislation allowing in-state tuition for young people who were brought to the United States illegally scored a major tactical victory Tuesday as the Florida Senate revived the measure for probable passage in the final week of the 2014 session.

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