Instate tuition measure to face final vote FridayMarch 6, 2013
A measure to give undocumented Colorado high school graduates in-state college tuition is nearing the end of its long and often tumultuous legislative journey. The full house initially approved the bill on Tuesday. It's already cleared the senate and still needs a final house vote. And as Bente Birkeland reports, despite bi-partisan support the debate was still heated.