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2015 January 6 - 12:00 am

Rhode Island’s Raimondo Wants Parents and Their Children To Plan Early for College

Raimondo, the current treasurer, said it has been difficult to enroll children and she wants to “break down the barriers” to higher education. The change could benefit thousands of families, she said, because about 10,000 babies are born in Rhode Island each year.

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