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    Yuni Rueda, 19, a graduate of Wilder High School, has a full-ride scholarship to Western Oregon University with plans to be a registered nurse someday. At age 1, her family moved to Idaho from Mexico and she later enrolled in the DACA program. She is not a citizen, but Idaho is all she knows.

Yuni Rueda, 19, a graduate of Wilder High School, has a full-ride scholarship to Western Oregon University with plans to be a registered nurse someday. At age 1, her family moved to Idaho from Mexico and she later enrolled in the DACA program. She is not a citizen, but Idaho is all she knows. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Yuni Rueda, 19, a graduate of Wilder High School, has a full-ride scholarship to Western Oregon University with plans to be a registered nurse someday. At age 1, her family moved to Idaho from Mexico and she later enrolled in the DACA program. She is not a citizen, but Idaho is all she knows. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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