Students at the University of Maryland have been denied in-state status for the past five years, according to a lawsuit that seeks class action status. A state appeals court concluded that the set of criteria schools were using to grant students in-state status was not constitutional. Students required to seek in-state status had to be financially independent of anyone living outside the state, but did not count financial aid and scholarship money as income when determining the source of students' financial support.
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