Student leader vetoes immigration tuition bill
UPDATED: Friday, April 13, 2012 - 9:53am
COLLEGE STATION -- The student government at Texas A&M did not adopt a bill made by students that challenged the current system of illegal immigrant students attending the school and paying in-state tuition.
The bill would have not had any effect on the tuition policy at the university. It would only represent what the student body wanted.
However, it was vetoed by student President Jacob Robinson, and supporters failed to secure two-thirds of the vote to over-ride the veto.