Opponents of allowing in-state tuition for certain illegal immigrants have obtained enough signatures to put the measure on next year’s ballot, a state board formally certified Friday, reports the Washington Post. The Maryland State Board of Elections validated 108,923 signatures in the petition drive, elections administrator Linda Lamone wrote in a letter posted on the board’s website. Opponents needed 55,736 signatures to put the measure on the ballot. Elections officials rejected 23,148 signatures out of a total of 132,071 that were submitted…

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