Abbott Urges Reform, Not Repeal, of DREAM Act

Republicans running for Texas lieutenant governor are practically tripping over themselves to oppose the 2001 law that gives in-state college tuition rates to young undocumented immigrants living in Texas.

But at the top of the GOP primary ballot in the race for governor, where Attorney General Greg Abbott is considered the runaway favorite, it’s been radio silence.

Case in point: A reporter asked Abbott to state his position on the issue after a speech in Austin on Thursday, but he ignored the question and left without talking to the media. It was a similar story for The Dallas Morning News ...

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