February 6, 2017
"America has been good to me and many other immigrants before me. I wouldn't do anything to deny the same opportunity to DREAM Act people now. We talk about them like they're criminals. They're not criminals, they were brought here by their parents, and now they want to make something out of themselves and they need that extra help to achieve that. Once they become productive citizens, they're going to pay us back in so many other different ways," said Assemblyman Anthony D'Urso, speaking on the floor of the Assembly about the DREAM Act, which would create a DREAM fund commission and a DREAM fund in order to advance the educational opportunities of the children of immigrants by providing scholarships to college bound students. A3039