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Published: Thursday, April 11 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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anti-liar
Salt Lake City, UT

Cry me a river. Parents have no right to secure taxpayer-funded educations for their children by theft by illegally trafficking them into this country.

These children should be returning to their home countries -- WITH their parents.

Let them obtain their educations and contribute to their communities there.

The non-stop barrage of false propaganda rationalizing illegal immigration is enough to make a person sick.

Whatever happened to "We believe in being honest?"

In this state, out the window, apparently.

prelax
Murray, UT

Mark Zuckerberg doesn't know right from wrong? His family came here legally.

Tell your students there is already a program in place where they can return home at 18 and come back legally.

Sounds like facebook is licking their chops over cheap labor.

Pendergast
Salt Lake City, UT

Hmmm!? I thought MZ was looking to keep those who come to get engineering, science, & math degrees as opposed to gardeners, janitors, & fast food cooks.

Shaun
Sandy, UT

@anti-liar. You must be so lucky that you born here and do not know what it is like to want to give your kids a better life. Your family also must be Native American because everyone comes from a family that immigrated here.

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