A bill that would allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition rates has passed in the state House and now moves to the Senate.
The legislation would allow students who have graduated from a Connecticut high school after attending for at least four years to be eligible for the state tuition rate at a public college or university.
A similar bill was vetoed by former Governor Jodi Rell in 2007. But this year, Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy says he'll sign the bill into law.
Malloy's support is embraced by undocumented students like Carolina Bortolleto.