Lawsuit challenging California in-state tuition for illegal aliens reinstated

From this:
A state appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit [Martinez v. Regents of the University of California, CV052064] challenging a policy that allows some illegal immigrants to pay lower in-state tuition to attend California's public colleges and universities.

The 3rd District Court of Appeal in Sacramento said Monday that a lower court erred in dismissing the suit brought by 42 students who paid far more to attend college because they were out-of-state residents.
It's worth pointing out what the Associated press isn't being as clear as they should be regarding this issue: U.S. citizens were required to pay a higher rate than foreign citizens who are here illegally. That's a direct threat to the entire concept of citizenship.

The University of California is looking into appealing the ruling.


YESSSS! In the California Court of Appeal, mind you. This is a big deal. Make a note of this little smidgen of jurisprudence without precedent in "Califas" (in MEChA-speak). There is hope for this country when there are still some responsible jurists running the show instead of the reconquista fanatics running the media.