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2014 March 3 - 12:00 am
One can only applaud the recent proposal by the Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam to eliminate tuition for the first two years of community college for all high school graduates. Like similar proposals in Mississippi and Oregon, it is argued that eliminating tuition would increase access to college for many low-income students who do not now attend.

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