CA Assembly OKs State DREAM Act

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SACRAMENTO--The California State Assembly voted 46 to 25 in favor of the California Dream Act, which would allow undocumented students to qualify for financial aid and scholarships at California public universities. If signed into law, the measure would allot $32 million in Calgrants to undocumented students. The measure will now go to the State Senate, and if approved there, will be sent to Gov. Jerry Brown. Brown stated during his gubernatorial campaign that he supported the Dream Act.