College-Bound Students in the Country Illegally Face New Challenges

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Linda Medina was this year's valedictorian at Sheridan High School in Denver, but her future is uncertain. Medina's family came to this country illegally when she was six. She wants to go to college. A new state law, which was dubbed the ASSET bill, now allows students like her to pay in-state tuition rates. But even with lower rates, the cost of college may be out of reach. Medina spoke with Ryan Warner.

[Photo: Linda Medina]