Clinton's Tuition Free Proposal: Would it Work and What Would it Mean in California?
Premiere Date: 11/18/2016; 59 minutes


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Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton proposed that all public colleges and universities be made tuition-free for students from families with incomes of up to $85,000 initially, rising to $125,000 by 2021. Clinton also promised a three-month moratorium for all federal student loan borrowers on repaying their debt, during which time borrowers would get help refinancing their loans or moving into income-driven repayment plans. According to her campaign, 80 percent of American families would be able to avoid tuition at public colleges and universities under the plan. Recorded on 10/26/2016. (#31657)


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