A Moral Dilemma: Should Health Care And Public Education Is Granted To Illegal Immigrants?

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Philosophy

 

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Jennifer B

 

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August 23, 2011

 

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The Pleyer v. Doe case, which went before the Supreme Court in 1982, began from a revision to a 1975 Texas education law that let the state withhold funds from local school districts for educating children who were illegal residents in the United States. The main question was whether this law violated the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment...
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The Supreme Court eventually ruled that states couldn’t deny the right to public education on illegal immigrants, solely based on their parent’s legal status because it violated the equal protection clause. While this ruling succeeded in providing education to illegal immigrants, it also paved the way for future anti-illegal immigrant rights...
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