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Proposal to sweep tuition money is ‘unfair and gimmicky’ (access required)

The proposal by several of our state legislators to use a bookkeeping maneuver to take tuition money away from state university students and their families to help plug the state budget gap is unfair, deceptive and unconscionable.We in the state universities are well aware of Arizona’s budget crisis and have done our share of cost ...

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