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Rhiannon12866

(211,656 posts)
9. This is excellent news for New Yorkers - and that it's being promoted by prominent Dems is great!
Mon Apr 17, 2017, 02:33 AM
Apr 2017

Coincidentally, I read this editorial in my local paper today which lists the limits that I hadn't known about before. I was hoping this would help my friend who has returned to college in her 40s, made the Dean's List at community college and plans to enter a Master's program next fall. But since she didn't do this in only 4 years - and isn't just out of high school - it appears she doesn't qualify. Bear in mind, I live in a Republican area.

EDITORIAL: Free tuition comes with too many strings attached
http://poststar.com/news/opinion/editorial/editorial-free-tuition-comes-with-too-many-strings-attached/article_076d7317-fb69-50c4-a869-7bc6be5adb2d.html

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