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July 25, 2013 12:01 PM

US should take action on military tuition

Legislation now in the U.S. Senate and House would change the rules on college tuition for military veterans to make those rules uniform with regard to tuition rates. If the measure passes, veterans attending any public college or university would pay in-state tuition rates, which are typically lower than out-of-state rates. It’s a good bill and it deserves to sail through Congress and into law.

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