FILE- In this Nov. 8, 2018, file photo Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald walks over to talk to reporters after a meeting of the Senate Republican caucus in the State Capitol in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin Republicans are decrying a policy in Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' proposed budget that would grant in-state tuition at public colleges for non-U.S. citizens who graduated from one of the state's high schools or have been a Wisconsin resident for three years. The governor's plan would not give non-U.S. citizens a better deal on college compared to Wisconsin veterans.
FILE- In this Nov. 8, 2018, file photo Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald walks over to talk to reporters after a meeting of the Senate Republican caucus in the State Capitol in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin Republicans are decrying a policy in Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' proposed budget that would grant in-state tuition at public colleges for non-U.S. citizens who graduated from one of the state's high schools or have been a Wisconsin resident for three years. The governor's plan would not give non-U.S. citizens a better deal on college compared to Wisconsin veterans. Wisconsin State Journal via AP, File Steve Apps
FILE- In this Nov. 8, 2018, file photo Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald walks over to talk to reporters after a meeting of the Senate Republican caucus in the State Capitol in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin Republicans are decrying a policy in Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' proposed budget that would grant in-state tuition at public colleges for non-U.S. citizens who graduated from one of the state's high schools or have been a Wisconsin resident for three years. The governor's plan would not give non-U.S. citizens a better deal on college compared to Wisconsin veterans. Wisconsin State Journal via AP, File Steve Apps