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States' Budget Problems Weaken Tuition Programs

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States' Budget Problems Weaken Tuition Programs

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States' Budget Problems Weaken Tuition Programs

States' Budget Problems Weaken Tuition Programs

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Ohio joins a number of states suspending or abandoning their prepaid college tuition plans, reflecting rising costs and tepid returns on investments. Middle-income families that had counted on the tuition programs are now left with fewer choices for affordable higher education. Hear Janet Babin of member station WCPN.

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