Nancy Meza

Graduate of UCLA

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23-year-old graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles, she is an illegal immigrant and has been working with Dream Team Los Angeles, a student group working on behalf of the DREAM Act

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Last Wednesday, undocumented immigrant students cheered when the so-called DREAM Act passed the House, but this weekend it was killed by Republicans in the Senate.

US Senate Dumps the DREAM Act

Last Wednesday, undocumented immigrant students cheered when the so-called DREAM Act passed the House, but this weekend it was killed by Republicans in the Senate.

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