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Republicans say Georgia student's killing shows Biden's immigration policies have failed
Undocumented immigrant arrested in death of Laken Riley, whose body was found in wooded area on UGA campus
UGA student vigil
Augusta University students, in blue, and University of Georgia students gather at the Tate Plaza on the UGA campus in Athens, Ga., Monday, Feb. 26, 2024, to pay tribute to Laken Riley, a nursing student at Augusta University's Athens campus who was found dead Thursday, Feb. 22, after a roommate reported she didn't return from a morning run in a wooded area of the UGA campus near its intramural fields. (Nell Carroll/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
ATHENS — Students at two Georgia colleges grappled Monday with the killing of a nursing student killed in a violent act that Republicans including former President Donald Trump and Gov. Brian Kemp blamed on the immigration policies of President Joe Biden.
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