Reid pulls the DREAM Act out of DoD bill

posted at 8:52 am on September 27, 2007 by Bryan

The DREAM Act would give in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens, and it had no place in a Defense bill. Though Reid has pulled it out of the war spending bill, it’s not dead yet.

Majority Leader Sen. Reid (D-NV) has apparently decided that the DREAM Act will not be voted on as an amendment to the DoD bill. He hopes, however, to have this measure voted on by some time in November.

Read the rest for a bit more reaction. Reid’s office has posted a press release reiterating his support for the DREAM Act, in English and Spanish.

Rest assured, Reid will go to bat for all those “undocumented Americans” as soon as he can.


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