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Saying Connecticut does not favor institutionalizing children and that the state has no suitable facilities to house them, Gov. Dannel Malloy last week rejected a federal request to place up to 2,000 migrant children in the Southbury Training School, which sparked a world of controversy.

The Democratic governor was a key proponent of the change in state law in 2011 that requires the state’s public colleges to provide in-state tuition to these immigrants. In 2013 he signed a bill into law allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver

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