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Colorado Voucher Plan Could Lead to Tuition Boosts

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Colorado Voucher Plan Could Lead to Tuition Boosts

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Colorado Voucher Plan Could Lead to Tuition Boosts

Colorado Voucher Plan Could Lead to Tuition Boosts

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Colorado prepares to become the first U.S. state to provide taxpayer money directly to college students, instead of sending the money to colleges and universities. The vouchers could be used at state schools and private ones. Public university administrators like the plan, because it will enable them to boost tuition fees. NPR's Anthony Brooks reports.

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