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August 22, 2013 8:32 PM

Obama message on college tuitions intrigues SC higher ed administrators

Officials at Clemson, Furman and the University of South Carolina said they welcome exploring possible changes to the formula for federal funding of higher education, although not enough detail about the proposal outlined by President Obama on Thursday has emerged for them to know if they would support it.

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