Sign on to the Texas Association of Business’ Letter to Protect the DREAM Act!

RE: Business Community Support of In-State Tuition and TEXAS Grants for Texas Residents

Dear Members of the Texas Legislature,

On behalf of the undersigned businesses, we respectfully request your support for the continuation of in-state tuition and state financial aid for all eligible youth who attend high school in Texas. We are deeply concerned over state legislation introduced that would end the “Texas DREAM Act” and block access to TEXAS Grants for DREAMer students who meet certain requirements. We urge you to resist those efforts to turn our backs on what has been visionary and bipartisan state law since 2001. Such proposals would hurt Texas businesses and impede prosperity for the people of our state.

As business leaders, we are well aware that a highly-educated workforce is an imperative for our state if it will continue to attract businesses. The rich binational commerce from which Texas benefits is key to preparing our workforce and remaining competitive in a global marketplace. Supporting long-standing law that allows DREAMers to qualify for in-state tuition and TEXAS Grants will provide students the opportunity to attain academic success, serve in our military, and make contributions that will help stimulate our state’s economy through an increase in wages, taxes and consumption of goods and services.

Please consider the needs of our economy, employers, and future workforce and the economic ramifications a repeal of in-state tuition and TEXAS Grants for Texas DREAMers would have on our state.


Chambers of Commerce

The Texas Association of Business
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Texas Businesses

Zachry Group
A&N Realty
La Botanica Restaurant
Tilde, Inc.
Breastfeeding Housecalls, LLC
Jay Company
McMains & Moreno Global Consultants
Espinoza Law Firm
Alamo Awards & Trophies
Dietz, Lawrence & McGiverin PLLC
De Anda Navarro Law Firm
De Mott, McChesney, Curtright and Armendáriz, LLP
Law offices of Kell Simon
Kaplan Law Firm, PLLC
The Law Office of Juan Angel Gomez
Nicole True Law Firm PC
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin
Walker Gates Vela PLLC
Corvus Precision, LLC
OneSeventeen Media
Beyond Capital Fund
JUST Community Investments
Enable Impact, LLC
Ehco Giving, Inc
Broadbrush Ventures LLC
Freed Foods, Inc.
Multiservices in Texas
Texas Insurance and Multiservices
Primer Grey
Nayar & McIntyre, LLP

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