Although a federal judge ruled last year that the University of North Texas could not charge out-of-state students higher tuition than illegal aliens residing in Texas, an appeals court has reversed the decision. 

The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that the university can charge out-of-state students higher tuition than illegal aliens, allowing the school to resume its tuition practices.

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