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Give Elizabeth Warren a BS Degree in Vote Buying For Her 'Free' College Plan

By Betsy McCaughey

Presidential contender Elizabeth Warren’s strategy is to win the Democratic nomination by promising the most free stuff. Monday she upped the ante. She’s offering a whopping… 700 more words

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McDonald's could be adding 4,500 employees for a busy summer season

It’s almost summer and your local McDonald’s are gearing up for a busy season.  McDonald’s estimates they will be looking for 4,500 employees, from part-time crew to managers, statewide. 217 more words

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[TRENDING NEWS] Elizabeth Warren’s Higher Education Plan: Eliminate Tuition and Cancel Student Debt

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Author: ASTEAD W. HERNDON – Publish Date: April 22, 2019 at 07:00AM


Ms. Warren’s proposal would use new taxes on the wealthy to end tuition at public colleges, and eliminate all student loan debt for more than 75 percent of borrowers.

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Elizabeth Warren’s Higher Education Plan: Eliminate Tuition and Cancel Student Debt

Ms. Warren’s proposal would use new taxes on the wealthy to end tuition at public colleges, and eliminate all student loan debt for more than 75 percent of borrowers. 79 more words

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Elizabeth Warren’s Higher Education Plan: Eliminate Tuition and Cancel Student Debt by ASTEAD W. HERNDON


By Bhavesh Patil

Ms. Warren’s proposal would use new taxes on the wealthy to end tuition at public colleges, and eliminate all student loan debt for more than 75 percent of borrowers. 9 more words

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Bill would offer in-state tuition to undocumented students in Oregon graduate schools

State lawmakers are looking to expand in-state tuition.

If it’s voted into law, SB 859 would allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition for public Oregon graduate programs if they: 13 more words

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Oregon' s Public Universities Contemplate Tuition Increases

Oregon’s public universities are looking at one major way to stay solvent next year – tuition increases. Some universities are contemplating double digit increases or waiting until May to make their decisions, hoping they may receive more state support. 8 more words

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