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The California Supreme Court this week unanimously upheld a state law that grants in-state tuition regardless of immigration status. Could their decision send a message to anti-illegal-immigration groups who have brought challenges to similar state laws around the country? Ten states — California, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Washington — passed laws allowing illegal immigrants to qualify for in-state tuition if they've attended high school in state for at least three years. In two of those states, illegal immigrants are also eligible for state financial aid.