In January 2014, immigration activists chanted behind a cardboard coffin on the front steps of the attorney general’s office in Raleigh. They had made a trip from Chapel Hill to Raleigh to demand that Roy Cooper issue a legal opinion that students in the federal DACA program are eligible for in-state tuition.
In January 2014, immigration activists chanted behind a cardboard coffin on the front steps of the attorney general’s office in Raleigh. They had made a trip from Chapel Hill to Raleigh to demand that Roy Cooper issue a legal opinion that students in the federal DACA program are eligible for in-state tuition. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
In January 2014, immigration activists chanted behind a cardboard coffin on the front steps of the attorney general’s office in Raleigh. They had made a trip from Chapel Hill to Raleigh to demand that Roy Cooper issue a legal opinion that students in the federal DACA program are eligible for in-state tuition. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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