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2014 September 16 - 12:00 am

Little-Notice Provision in Vets’ Health Care Law Extends Discount to Recent Veterans in All 50 States

Veterans new to the state who enrolled at Florida State soon discovered they had to pay out-ofstate tuition for their first year, or an additional $15,000. (By the second year, they had lived in the state long enough to have established residency.) For some, that meant the difference between attending college or not.

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