A procedural maneuver could save a bill that would grant in-state college tuition rates to certain undocumented immigrants.
Last week, Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Joe Negron, R-Stuart, announced that his committee would not hear the proposal, which weakened its chance of becoming law.
But Monday, Sen. Jack Latvala, R-Clearwater, said he would try to add the language to four other bills that come before the panel on Tuesday. If Latvala is successful, the immigrant tuition provision would stay alive.
He probably has the votes.
"Unless some of the [Republicans who supported the bill in previous hearings] get their chains pulled by leadership, we should be fine," he said.
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