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    Hello everyone!

    California Governor Jerry Brown recently reaffirmed that he’s looking into offering free tuition to state residents. (No bill or even specific plan has yet been introduced.) Meanwhile San Francisco recently became the first city in the country to offer free tuition to all residents who have lived in the city for at least one year through the City College of San Francisco. The city’s plan covers tuition for all residents and $500 for books for full-time, low-income students and $200 for part-time, low-income students.

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    suhairm
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    Where is the tax money for this going to come from? We already have over $400 billion of debt.

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    notoriousfail
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    If they weren’t already the laughingstock of the rest of the country (could be Florida), offering free tuition should do it.

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    Jennifer Serra
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    It’s called an investment and will pay itself back. They can put an extra tax on the rich like San Francisco too.

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