"The state of Florida denied in-state college
tuition rates to U.S. citizens living in the state but unable to prove
the lawful immigration status of their parents – an unconstitutional
policy that more than tripled the cost of tuition. The SPLC filed a
federal lawsuit to end the practice...
"A class-action lawsuit has been filed in Miami by Florida residents
being charged out-of-state tuition rates to attend state colleges and
universities. The students are American citizens — children who were
born in the U.S. to [undocumented] immigrants — and they say Florida's...
"In the current race to the bottom to see which state can provide the
most degraded and dehumanizing environment for undocumented immigrants,
Arizona and Alabama
have grabbed the headlines. But largely unnoticed, it is Florida, home
to nearly one million Cuban refugees and their descendants...
Allissa Wickham, Law360, June 2, 2015 - "Several landscape businesses and groups launched a suit in Florida federal court Monday challenging brand-new regulations for the H-2B program issued by the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Homeland Security, saying the new rules are harming...